WASHINGTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - A five-year trial program to improve safety at selected intersections significantly reduced crashes and injuries, and prompted a new lobbying campaign by the nation's largest auto association, the group said on Wednesday. Results of the study by the American Automobile Association, to be released on Thursday, show that better signals, signs and road markings at 60 key intersections in Michigan reduced crashes by 26 percent and injuries by 46 percent. "This ...
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