World Day of Remembrance
200 silhouettes posted on Seattle streets mark locations where car collisions have killed people since 2015
The installation is part of The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR), an international event bringing attention to the millions of people who have been killed and seriously injured on roads around the world and the impact these deaths have on our communities.
Whose Streets? Our Streets!
Whose Streets? Our Streets! (WSOS) is a BIPOC workgroup, formed in July 2020 by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, advocating for law and policy reform to better meet the needs of all street users--especially BIPOC communities.
We advocate for Seattle's Vision Zero commitment -- to eliminate road-traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030 -- by supporting safety projects including community development and redesigns, and traffic calming where they are needed most.
We envision a city where safe, comfortable and convenient bike routes connect every neighborhood in Seattle. Our grassroots network of hyper-local volunteer groups are advocating for neighborhood routes across the city that will help riders of all abilities, ages and ethnicities bike safely.
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