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Dangerous by Design Releases State-Specific Pedestrian Data

Dangerous by Design Releases State-Specific Pedestrian Data

Last January, GOPC provided an update on state counts of pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities in 2017. New data shows between 2008 and 2017, drivers struck and killed 1,058 people walking in Ohio; the state has been ranked as the 26th most dangerous for people walking.

One-way Streets: the Case for Walkability

One-way Streets: the Case for Walkability

One-way streets are more conducive to vehicular traffic than they are to other modes of transportation, directly limiting how walk-, bike-, and transit-friendly the roadway is. Conversions of one-way streets to two-way traffic can lead to more walkable neighborhoods that are safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and residents.