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US Cities Pose Risk to Pedestrians

Future Cities
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 14:00 EDT

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javeedshaik
javeedshaik  
7/28/2015 6:49:42 AM
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Re: Odd Stats
As this is in a crosswalk, I've had to break hard to advoid hitting them.  

revanthjoi
revanthjoi  
7/27/2015 8:17:47 AM
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Re: Infographic
 People are too stuck on their phones or distracted by passengers or music. 

ramprathapmini
ramprathapmini  
7/25/2015 8:06:51 AM
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Re: Infographic
very nice

pentareddy
pentareddy  
7/25/2015 2:42:13 AM
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Re: Infographic
Against someone crossing mid street, maybe lots of education to pedestrians and car drivers my be of help. 

anudeepsingh1
anudeepsingh1  
7/23/2015 6:27:30 AM
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Re: Infographic
Against someone crossing mid street, maybe lots of education to pedestrians and car drivers my be of help. 

krishnaprasad
krishnaprasad  
7/22/2015 9:24:55 AM
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Re: Infographic
very nice post

sunjeevaha
sunjeevaha  
7/20/2015 9:34:45 AM
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Re: Infographic
I know cities all around are doing something to prevent such incidents.

rampalnair
rampalnair  
7/18/2015 8:47:21 AM
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Re: Infographic
its great news

keerthan raj
keerthan raj  
7/13/2015 2:48:06 AM
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Re: Infographic
The statistics presented are shocking and appalling. 

mithu nair
mithu nair  
7/11/2015 4:35:41 AM
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Re: Infographic
Try being a Pedestrian in My home town of Glendale, CA, you take your life into your own hands...most dangerous city in America for being on foot. 

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