U.S. Top 20 Pedestrian Cities: How Safe Are Your Streets?
We all want safer pedestrians and safer streets! But big shifts in pedestrian (and vehicle) travel during 2020 means it's time to update our data - and our thinking - for safety analyses. Our latest research shows higher crash volume doesn’t necessarily indicate higher risk.
Our research report, Walk This Way: New Data for Pedestrian Safety, shares helpful ways to analyze new pedestrian safety metrics, including:
Top 20 cities ranked by highest amount of pedestrian activity
How to pinpoint exposure hot spots
Orlando analysis of downtown vs suburban exposure
Download the report for new insights into enhancing pedestrian safety and creating more equitable streets.
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