We’re on Capitol Hill this morning speaking out for the Safe Streets Act of 2013, a bill introduced in the House of Representatives in June that would encourage communities to consider safety improvements in transportation project planning.
Join the advocates in Washington this morning: Tell your Representative you support the Safe Streets Act.
Planning for safer streets saves lives. Safety improvements can often be made at little or no extra cost and without separate funding sources.
Perhaps most importantly, the bill does not trigger any new federal spending.
Help make streets safer for everyone who uses them: Speak out for the Safe Streets Act today.
Despite the partisan gridlock Washington currently faces, making streets safer is an issue legislators on both sides of the aisle can get behind and the Safe Streets Act already has bipartisan support.
This is a bill that Congress can come together on: Speak out for the Safe Streets Act today.