Hosted on the third Sunday each November, World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is an annual international event when people can gather together to reflect upon those we've lost or been injured in a traffic crash and commit ourselves to improving our state’s roads.
In 2023, there have been 268 fatal crashes, which include 53 bicyclists and pedestrians, and more than 1,700 serious injury crashes on our roadways in Massachusetts. The Vision Zero Coalition is working with advocates and those impacted by road traffic crashes to host events and honor crash victims across Massachusetts.
Please join the Massachusetts Vision Zero Coalition on Wednesday, October 25th at noon to learn more about World Day of Remembrance and how to take action in your community this November.
The webinar will be recorded and shared with everyone with registers.