Itís time we stopped living with roads that are killing us
The day before Thanksgiving, Loudoun County elementary school principal Kathleen Hwang died. She was trying to cross a road in her Sterling neighborhood.
How should we react to such a tragedy? Certainly we should mourn the loss of a beloved member of the community. But can we also learn from this experience as part of an effort to stop it from happening again? ...
Where does the blame rest? The sad fact is that we— Read more in my latest op-ed in the Washington Post.
Read more in my latest op-ed in the Washington Post.
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