RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Mayor Levar Stoney, city officials and traffic safety advocates, will gather Thursday for the installation of one of 55 new “Stop for Pedestrian” signs throughout the city.
The project is a part of Richmond’s Vision Zero efforts to promote traffic and pedestrian safety, according to a press release. The city received funds from the state and federal government in order to get this project off the ground.
Anyone attending is asked to follow COVID-19 protocols, wear masks and practice social distancing.
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