Want safer streets? Give a road safety proposal a retweet

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Want safer streets? Give a road safety proposal a retweet
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Last fall, Zendrive launched #FundMyStreets, a program designed to support local solutions to local traffic safety programs. Lyft, Uber, Juno, HopSkipDrive, Bird, Lime,, Together for Safer Roads and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) partnered with Zendrive to invite communities across the country to send their innovative and impactful proposals to make change where they live.

On December 18 we invited our #FundMyStreets finalists to each post a 30-second video on Twitter. The videos have been phenomenal (as you’ll see down below)! Our finalists have worked hard and will continue to do so through January 13 – the last day to collect retweets for their video proposals.

After January 13, our panel of judges will review each proposal and video. An indicator of success will be the level of community support generated online. One way the judges will measure support is through retweets on Twitter, and that’s where you come in!

The race for street safety and retweets.

Our finalists have done their part – now you can jump in by retweeting your favorite proposals!

If you had $50K to improve street safety, which initiatives would you pick?

GW Transformation Department, Colorado

SADD Don Pedro, California

Angell Elementary, Michigan

Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, California

Walk Bike Nashville, Tennessee

South Los Angeles Transit Empowerment Zone, California

Hoboken High School’s Safer Streets for Everyone, New Jersey

Anna High School, Ohio

The Eagle Rock Association (TERA), California

Tenderloin Community Benefit District – Safe Passage, California

Temple Street Team, California

Malvern Area Betterment Association, Iowa

Trailnet, Missouri

Alexandria Families For Safe Streets, Virginia

The Street Trust, Oregon

Walk San Francisco Foundation, California

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias, California

R City CDC, Illinois

Bike Walk Savannah, Georgia

Transportation Alternatives, New York

Lee County High School, Georgia

Bike East Bay, California

When will the winner be announced?

We will announce the winner before the end of January 2019! The deadline for finalists to collect retweets is January 13th. In the meantime, take a minute to share this blog post with your friends, co-workers and families. Together we can make a difference in the lives of children across our country.

Retweet your support for as many as you’d like – our finalists and their communities will be sure to thank you! Stay tuned for updates by following us on Twitter.

Happy retweeting!

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