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Where traffic deaths are high, how can communities get the government's attention?


By Austin Fast February 21, 2024

The U.S. Department of Transportation has spread $1.7 billion to communities across every state and Puerto Rico to help fix dangerous streets and find ways to prevent more deaths through its Safe Streets and Roads for All grant program.

But a USA TODAY investigation found this money has missed many disadvantaged communities with high rates of traffic deaths and little ability to solve the problem on their own. Here are some ways experts say the program could be fixed as an additional $3.3 billion is awarded through 2026.

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