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Pedestrians Die More in Poor Neighborhoods

Aug 18, 2014 | Under Pedestrian Accident | Posted by | 0 Comments - Pedestrian Accidents

Miami’s NW 79th street is a notoriously dangerous strip where fast cars dart through traffic and often plow into unsuspecting pedestrians. Sadly, more than half of the residents on that street are below the poverty line and must walk to and from work or school on a regular basis. This makes for a deadly combination, and between 2008 and 2013, 4 pedestrians were killed in the same block between N Miami Ave, and NE First Avenue. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated scenario in the Miami area and across the United States. Pedestrian deaths are soaring in low-income areas, even as traffic fatalities have declined. Of the more than 22,000 […]

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South Florida is one of Nation’s Most Deadly for Pedestrians

Jun 30, 2014 | Under Pedestrian Accident | Posted by | 0 Comments
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  Dangerous By Design 2014, a report recently issued, recognized the South Florida area as the nation’s 4th most dangerous metropolitan area for pedestrians. Unfortunately, the report does not get better for the rest of Florida; the three cities that have even worse records than Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano are Jacksonville, Tampa-St Petersburg, and Orlando. One factor that helps contribute to the states poor performance is the fact that Florida’s percentage of residents over the age of 65 is much higher than most other states. The elderly are much more likely to travel on foot once their driving skills become too rusty due to age. Laura Cantwell, associate Florida director of AARP, […]

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