Walktober is Underway, so Walk This Way

Share & Be Aware ambassadors spent the first day of Walktober taking on the traffic of Brady Street near North Farwell Avenue. Earlier this year Dolores Soracchi died while attempting to cross the street near that intersection.

Ambassadors help people cross and educate people driving

The ambassadors placed a sign at the intersection in remembrance of her and it will ideally remain there for the course of the month. Another sign will be placed tomorrow for Renaldo Wilson who was hit and killed by a person driving, who may have been drinking.

Ghost Shoes, a sign and flowers will be placed for Wilson at 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of West Wisconsin Avenue and North 36th Street. Several ambassadors will also be on site helping pedestrians cross and educating driver’s about the yielding law. Anyone who wants to participate is welcome to join and help advocate for the safety of those who walk in the city of Milwaukee.

Memorials and crosswalk actions will continue to take place through at least Oct. 17. Join us at any of this week’s events:

Remember Pedestrians Date Remember Pedestrians Time Victim Name Crash Date Intersection of Crash/Event
10/1/17 1:00-3:00 DOLORES T SORACCHI 2/16/2017 E BRADY ST HWY 32
10/2/2017 5:30-7:30 Renaldo Wilson 2/17/2017 W WISCONSIN AVE N 36TH ST
10/3/2017 12:30-2:30 Dennis Gitter 2/18/2017 W OKLAHOMA AVE S 44TH ST
10/4/2017 5:30-7:30 Denice J. Fells 3/4/2017 W VLIET ST N 17TH ST
10/5/2017 4-6 Carol Daniel 4/6/2017 W LISBON AVE N 92ND ST
10/6/2017 2-4 James Kyles 4/8/2017 N HOPKINS ST W HAMPTON AVE
10/7/2017 3:30-5:30 ERIC L EVANS 4/9/2017 W CAPITOL DR N SHERMAN BLVD
10/8/2017 6-8 Israel Soto-Colon 4/18/2017 S 35TH ST W MITCHELL ST


A full schedule of all events can be found here. We would also appreciate your help getting the word out, by either telling a friend or attending an event and sharing pictures from the events on social media with the hashtag #RememberPedestrians.

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