A program to reduce pedestrian collisions in parking lots also won a 2015 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Award in the category of Civic Education and Public Information. In 2012, parking lot and garage collisions comprised nearly one-third of all pedestrian collisions in the County. What is even more surprising was the finding that nearly 20 percent of the lot/garage collisions in 2012 resulted in severe, debilitating injuries -- the same percentage as road collisions. The County launched an innovative education campaign aimed at drivers and pedestrians in parking lots. Read more about the program.