Seth LaJeunesse, Assistant Director of the National Center for Safe Routes to School, visited Knoxville for three events on Nov. 27 and 28, 2018, to discuss how we can begin to put an end to traffic deaths.
Seth shared information about how street design, cultural expectations, and individual behavior work together to create safe – or unsafe – streets and communities.
More than 100 people attended the events, which included a workshop for design staff on Nov. 27; a public event that evening; and a lunch presentation before elected and appointed officials at the Knoxville Chamber on Nov. 28.
Seth was the 10th speaker in the Active Knox series, which is funded through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Health.
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