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(Portland, OR)  --  A resolution adopted by the Portland City Council aims to reduce the number of traffic-related deaths in the city.  The council has approved the "Vision Zero" resolution, which calls on Portland to adopt a goal of zero traffic fatalities by 2025.  Twenty-eight people died in traffic crashes in Portland in 2014, and ten have died so far this year.  A 150-thousand-dollar grant will be provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation to help develop the plan.

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