Md. DOT enlists students to help cut pedestrian accident rate

12/5/2013 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

The Department of Transportation in Montgomery County, Md., is asking high-school students in the district to come up with ideas to help educate their peers about pedestrian safety through a project called "Walk Your Way." The DOT will award up to $2,000 in grants to the winning student teams to help them carry out their plan to help decrease pedestrian accidents.

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