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1.50 1.25 Normal 0.50 Video Quality Play/Pause >>Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00Settings Closed Captions Picture in Picture Cast FullscreenPlay/Pause >>Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00Settings Closed Captions Cast FullscreenLAS VEGAS (KTNV) — "Let’s get there together." That’s the newest campaign from the Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition as it works to create safer roadways in our community. The non-profit launched its newest campaign after a deadly year on our roadways on Friday.In 2022, state reports show 72 pedestrians and 14 bicyclists were killed on Clark County roads- which is an alarming rise from the year before.“It’s important that we feel we can do something to change this trend of fatalities,” said Keely Brooks, president of the Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition.The non-profit joined other community leaders to unveil downtown’s latest mural-calling for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians to be considerate of one another on the road. “I think that every day we need to be reminded that there are mothers and nurses and coffee enthusiasts and there’s brothers and grandparents and fathers on our roadways, whether they’re pedestrians or cyclists or motorists or on a scooter,” said Las Vegas Councilwoman Olivia Diaz. “While we may be in a hurry or feel stressed sometimes as a community, we should all be watching out for each other wherever we’re going,” said David Swallow, Deputy CEO of RTC Nevada.Friday’s event ended with the Southern Nevada […]