Drivers Are Killing Our Children. We Need to Talk About It.
"Car drivers’ rights are not more important than children’s rights to be safe on our streets. "
Reimagining Streets for Safe, Active, and Joyful Trips to School
Ask any parent or caregiver about the school drop-off and pick-up routine, and chances are most would describe it as a stressful experience.
‘I’m Not Grieving Alone’: New Play Explores a Father’s Journey After Losing Two Children to Traffic Violence
Colin Campbell and his wife Gail Lerner lost both their children in a car crash with impaired driver. A new play explores how to talk about similar tragedies.
America Needs to Stop Building Schools Next to Highways
“We have determined that at a certain age, you can make some decisions and take some risks to your health. But a six-year-old or a seven-year-old does not have that opportunity."
Why Young People of Color Must Be At the Forefront of the Mobility Justice Movement
"We don't just want our young people to be the peer-to-peer educators; we want them to be key stakeholders in building safe and sustainable and equitable transportation systems throughout our all of our cities," said Jacob Smith, executive director of the National Organizations For Youth Safety.
Florida Just Sent a Distracted Driver to Jail For 30 Years. Is it Justice?
A possibly record-breaking sentence for a Florida motorist is prompting a conversation about what the consequences might stop the national epidemic of distracted driving — and who should receive them.
Five Things Missing In The Built Environment For Families With Young Children
Too often, U.S. cities aren't designed with the needs of young children and their caregivers in mind. Here's how to change that.