Street safety is more important than ever. Slower driving leads to fewer crashes, fewer injuries, and fewer deaths. To help reduce speeding and decrease speed-related crashes, the City of Roanoke is launching a pedestrian safety campaign called No Need to Speed that will run from June 21 to August 15. Learn more about the campaign at PlanRoanoke.org/PedestrianSafety, and be part of the campaign by taking the pledge!
Complete the pledge using the form below, and in thanks for your support you can enter into a drawing for one of ten $20 Downtown Roanoke Inc. (DRI) gift cards, provided by DRI.
Thank you for taking the pledge!
Learn more about the campaign at PlanRoanoke.org/PedestrianSafety. And please encourage more people to take the pledge by sharing the following post on your favorite social media platforms:
Did you know that in Roanoke, crashes caused by speeding doubled in 2020? Street safety is more important than ever. Join me in taking the pledge for safer streets at PlanRoanoke.org/PedSafetyPledge #NoNeedToSpeed #RoanokePedestrianSafety
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