Ten Reasons to STOP on Red

  2. One in three Americans know someone who has been injured or killed in a red-light running crash.
  3. Between 2004-2016, an estimated 10,125 people were killed red-light running related crashes.
  4. On average, two people died each day in red-light running crashes in the United States in 2017.
  5. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens.
  6. In 2017, 132,000 people were injured in crashes involving red-light running.
  7. Over half of the deaths in red-light running crashes are pedestrians, bicyclists and occupants in vehicles other than
    the vehicle running the red light.
  8. Nearly 93% of drivers say it is unacceptable to go through red-lights, yet nearly 43% admitted to doing so in the past 30 days.
  9. The most common type of urban crashes involve drivers who run red lights, stop signs and other traffic controls.
  10. Red-light running is often a result of aggressive or distracted driving and is completely preventable.


Stop On Red Week 2023


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