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Elrich announces new Vision Zero coordinator

Interim leader hired to oversee traffic-safety plan

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Planning Board backs funding for road safety analysis

Experts say technique can predict likelihood of worst crashes

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Four Red Line Metro stations to close during MLK weekend

Free shuttle buses will be available between Glenmont and Takoma

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Traffic signal added to dangerous stretch of Georgia Avenue

Safety advocates applaud new feature, call for more improvements

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New Crosswalk Signal Installed at Site of Fatal Pedestrian Crash

Signal is where North Bethesda woman was struck in July

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Montgomery Residents Press Officials on Efforts To Reduce Traffic Crashes

Town hall forum focuses on status of Vision Zero plan

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Updated: Red Line Metro Service Restored

Possible insulator fire outside Tenleytown stop was cause of interruption

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Hiring of County Pedestrian Safety Coordinator Is Nearly a Year Behind Schedule

Position is tasked with overseeing a plan to reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths

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Residents Ambivalent about Widening Lanes along Northern I-270

Workshop held in Gaithersburg to get public feedback

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