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  • Medellín will have 50 Safe Steps for Pedestrians

    The capital of Antioquia will have more spaces for the safe transit of pedestrians. The interventions were made thanks to the resources provided by Together for Safer Roads, which supports initiatives for road safety in cities.
    Source: El Tiempo

  • Republic Services Joins Together for Safer Roads in Ringing Nasdaq Closing Bell

    On Monday, August 6, Together for Safer Roads (TSR) had the honor of ringing the Nasdaq closing bell alongside many of its member companies, including Republic Services.
    Source: MarketWatch

  • Fox Nasdaq Closing Bell

    Coverage of the Nasdaq Closing Bell on August 6, including a clip of TSR ringing the bell.
    Source: Fox

  • Bloomberg Nasdaq Closing Bell

    Coverage of the Nasdaq Closing Bell on August 6, including a clip of TSR ringing the bell.
    Source: Bloomberg

  • BNN Nasdaq Closing Bell

    Coverage of the Nasdaq Closing Bell on August 6, including a clip of TSR ringing the bell.
    Source: BNN

  • CNBC Nasdaq Closing Bell

    Coverage of the Nasdaq Closing Bell on August 6, including a clip of TSR ringing the bell.
    Source: CNBC

  • #BehindTheBell: Together for Safer Roads

    Ahead of ringing the Nasdaq Closing Bell, TSR President David Braunstein sits down for a #BehindTheBell interview with David Wicks.
    Source: Nasdaq

  • Build a Strong Construction Safety Culture

    TSR President David Braunstein explains how technology can help support construction safety training.
    Source: Construction Equipment Guide

  • Lyft Sees a Future with More Bikes and Scooters, and Fewer Cars

    Lyft made a big move yesterday to not only live up to its founders’ lofty ideals, but to stake a claim as a more multimodal, sustainable transportation company that supports transit equity and safer streets. The ridehailing firm will invest $1 million in programs to bring transport access to underserved communities, and will champion the Vision Zero street safety campaign, partnering with groups such as Together for Safer Roads.
    Source: Curbed