Nonprofit strives to make Charlotte safer for pedestrians, bike riders

(By DaShawn Brown, WSOC TV)

For years, local nonprofit Sustain Charlotte has been working with officials to integrate safety features throughout the city.

Kate Cavazza, a program director with Sustain Charlotte, said the safety initiatives could save lives.

“That means more lighting, more crossings for pedestrians that aren't 4 miles apart to allow equal access for everybody to cross the street at safe opportunities,” Cavazza said.

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  • published this page in Press 2018-03-08 11:21:25 -0500

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