The Danger Around the Corner
Walking and biking in a system built for cars are risky business. What can be done to make cities and suburbs safer?
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When it comes to pedestrian deaths, the Sun Belt is the most dangerous area in the country. Six of the 10 most dangerous metro areas for pedestrians are located in Florida. Nineteen of the top 20 are in the Sun Belt. How is the way we build our cities and suburbs contributing to the problem? And what can be done to try to reduce traffic deaths across the country?
Guest: Angie Schmitt, writer for Streetsblog USA