Op-Ed: Hey, Reporters, Stop Blaming Crashes on the Victims

Researchers find that the framing of articles greatly affects public perceptions of vehicle violence.

Milford Police Working To Make Pedestrians Safer

MILFORD, CT — The Milford Police Department will be installing new signs that will help ensure the safety of pedestrians...

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US highway deaths fall in 2018 for second straight year

NATIONAL - While traffic deaths continue to decline, pedestrian and bicyclist deaths are rising. Pedestrian deaths rose 3.4%, and the...

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Norwich bike, pedestrian projects included in new regional plan

A new report from the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Government offers ideas to make it easier and safer to get...

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Pieces Fall Into Place for New London Bicycle Route

New London — Bicycle enthusiasts, rejoice! A years-long initiative to create a safe bicycle route that connects various parts of the...

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Red Light Running Deaths Hit 10 Year High

More than two people are killed every day on U.S. roads by impatient and reckless drivers blowing through red lights,...

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Walking Towards a Brighter Future: Bridgeport Youth Work to Improve Routes to Schools

BRIDGEPORT - A group of students from Bridgeport Public Schools have come together to make a change in their community,...

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