Contact: Sarah McKenzie, 612-673-2786

Sept, 11, 2017

City leaders propose campaign to end traffic deaths, injuries by 2027


What:              Mayor Betsy Hodges and City Council Member Kevin Reich, chair of the Council’s Transportation and Public Works Committee, along with other city officials, will outline a vision for a new City campaign to end traffic fatalities and injuries in Minneapolis within 10 years.

When:             12:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11

Where:            18th Avenue Northeast & Johnson Street Northeast

MORE:             The City Council’s Transportation and Public Works Committee will hear a presentation on the campaign and vote on a resolution supporting the vision for eliminating traffic fatalities and injuries on city streets 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 in City Council Chamber, Room 317, City Hall, 350 S. Fifth St.

                        The City of Minneapolis has a strong track record of prioritizing traffic safety for all modes of transportation. However, hundreds of crashes occur in the city each year—a serious public health problem requiring additional action from the City and its partners. 


Published Sep 11, 2017



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