Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Can redesigning crosswalks make cities safer?

In San Francisco, an average of three people are hit by cars everyday, with 70 percent of these collisions occurring in crosswalks. It makes sense that the majority of these incidents occur in the space were cars and pedestrians converge the most, but is there a way to make crosswalks safer and lower the number of people who get hit by cars everyday?

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