Deborah A.P. Hersman will left Washington D.C. Wednesday, in the passenger seat of a tractor-trailer. She will ride with five different truck drivers on her trip, which is meant to give her first-hand knowledge of the challenges drivers face and any potential safety hazards on the roads.
The sign is bright red and the Swartzentruber Amish do not believe in extravagant displays of color. Instead, they use reflective tape and lanterns.
Louisville Metro Government is spending $45,000 in federal grant money to encourage people to learn more about pedestrian, cyclist and motorist safety. The “Street Sense” campaign will use advertising on buses, backpacks and leaflets to urge people to visit the city’s website to learn more about safety on the roads. But Police Chief Robert White… Continue reading City Begins Marketing Campaign for Road Safety