Do you want safer streets in Lorain County?

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Do you want safer streets in Lorain County?

We want to hear from you!

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Your input helps influence future investments in Lorain County. All roadway users are encouraged to participate, including: car drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists, walkers, runners and users of public transportation. 

In February 2023, Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) was one of 510 entities nationwide to receive a $200,000 federal grant as part of the new Safe Streets and Roads for All Program (SS4A). This grant requires the creation of a countywide Comprehensive Safety Action Plan. The plan aims to make our streets safer by applying the Safe System Approach to eliminate fatal and serious injury crashes for all road users.

LCPH has been working with transportation consulting firm Toole Design to develop this action plan, using traffic crash data to identify the biggest problem areas across the county. The team is also studying driver behaviors, user access to safe roads and transportation methods.


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