Due to the high rate of accidents in the Molalla area on Highways 211 and 213, Molalla has been selected as the pilot for the county's safe driving program

CCSO - Fatal and/or injury accidents on highways 211 and 213 near Molalla are frequent, causing Clackamas County to select Molalla as the pilot for it's safe driving program, Drive to Zero.
Molalla Communities That Care will hold a town hall meeting on Thursday, March 2, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Molalla Adult Center to introduce theDrive to Zero program to the community.

The Drive to Zero campaign would like to hear from folks in the area about experiences with aggressive driving and their perception on how we can reduce fatal and serious injury crashes by modifying driving behavior. The meeting is open to any interested individuals or groups.

In the near future, an invitation survey letter will be sent out regarding driving behaviors.

It will be a blind survey of 1,200 residents in the 97038 and 97042 zip codes. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete, and responses will be kept anonymous.

The survey was developed by the Center for Health and Safety Culture at the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University and has been approved by the MSU Institutional Review Board.

Molalla Communities That Care has partnered with the Clackamas County Transportation Department to fund the project.

For more information, contact Molalla Communities That Care at 503-759-6282, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit

You can also contact Molalla drive to Zero at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and follow the Facebook page at "Molalla Drive 2 Zero."

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