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Speaker to address traffic safety

Last year, nearly three million people were injured, and over 42,000 killed, in traffic-related crashes in the United States. Are we making progress in reducing the number of crash injuries that occur on our roads? And how do our results compare to those of other countries? Allan F. Williams, Ph.D., chief scientist at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, will address these questions and others at the Center for Transportation Studies’ winter luncheon, to be held February 18, 2004, at the Radisson Metrodome Hotel, Minneapolis. The luncheon is cosponsored by the ITS Institute.

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