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The US didn't sign a global road safety pact. Now advocates are fighting back

On Mar 24, 2020
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A recent road safety conference in Stockholm seemingly lacked representation from the U.S. federal government. Young advocates were left wondering who is taking charge in eliminating road deaths.

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Of 140 countries in attendance at the road safety conference Stockholm, the US was the only one that refused to sign a global road safety pact. https://t.co/VZ5L5kqwyz
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The US didn't sign a global road safety pact. Now advocates are fighting back

A recent road safety conference in Stockholm seemingly lacked representation from the U.S. federal government. Young advocates were left wondering who is taking charge in eliminating road ...

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