National Stop On Red Week One Week Away

The 2008 National Stop On Red Week will take place August 3-9, 2008. The National Campaign to Stop Red Light Running is dedicated to reducing the incidence of red light running in the United States and the fatalities and injuries it causes.

The campaign has assembled a team of leaders from the fields of law enforcement, transportation engineering, health care and emergency medicine, and traffic safety, to tackle this crucial safety issue. The National Campaign to Stop Red Light Running attempts to inform the public and elected officials about the seriousness of this very real danger, as well as law enforcement practices and tools that can make roadways safer, the team said.

The campaign promotes public education about the core safety issues and provides support for broad, coordinated law enforcement, including red light camera technology. The campaign is an independent advocacy initiative focused on both national and grass roots levels and is guided by a National Advisory Board. For more information, visit www.stopredlightrunning.com/.

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