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Walk to School Day

12 October 2016

At Walk to School Day in Washington, DC, the FIA Foundation and the US National Center for Safe Routes to School have announced a new youth-focused partnership to tackle traffic fatalities.

October 5, 2016 marked International Walk to School Day, a global event bringing together communities from over 40 countries, walking and cycling to school on the same day. In the US, thousands of schools from each state celebrated, reaching record-breaking participation among the 50,000 events held since the initiative began. In the nation’s capital, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser joined students from fourteen schools for the 20th anniversary of Walk to School Day.

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