TXDOT Campaign Urging Drivers to End Streak of Roadway Deaths
PHARR – The Texas Department of Transportation launched a new safety campaign called End the Streak, focusing on road safety.
Agency representatives say at least one person has died on Texas roads everyday since Nov. 7, 2000.
A TxDOT spokesperson in the Rio Grande Valley says more than 90% of crashes are preventable.
TxDOT records indicate more than 66,000 people have died on Texas roads since 2000.
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