Some intersections are riskier to cross than others, but looking at the number of pedestrian injuries alone doesn’t tell the whole story. A new study from Minneapolis combines crash data with pedestrian counts to deliver a more nuanced picture of traffic dangers for people on foot. Among the findings: There’s safety in numbers for pedestrians.
Kimberly Macey, 33, left behind two sons when a driver killed her as she walked through a Broadway alley near Ellsworth Avenue on June 2.
Mayor Michael Hancock and the Denver City Council have a chance to back up all their talk about safe streets and elevating transportation options other than cars.
Chicago is finally getting moving on the crucial mission of reducing the carnage on our streets, where dozens of people are injured in crashes every day.