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Pedestrian Life

An Update to Dallas Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 34

Signage goes up as a stop-gap when the sidewalk disappears along Beckley Avenue, but a permanent solution is in the works.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Good Public Transit

Traffic Fatalities Dropped in 2018, But Pedestrian and Cyclists Auto-Related Deaths Are On the Rise

We're making our streets safer for drivers. When will funding and policy address the deaths of everyone who shares the road with cars?
By Peter Simek
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Pedestrian Life

The City of Dallas Looks To Vision Zero To Eliminate Traffic Deaths

The pedestrian-friendly program has already been implemented in Texas cities like Austin and San Antonio, where both have made strides in achieving the ultimate safety goal.
By Shawn Shinneman

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Pedestrian Life

Dallas County Pedestrian Fatality Rates Are Rising Much Faster Than the Country’s

A national study and some TxDOT data reveal an unfortunate reality for walkers in Dallas.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Controversy

Dallas: the City That Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 30 (Fallen Crane Edition)

The crane that fell during June's freak storm has closed Live Oak for so long construction crews are using it for storage
By Peter Simek
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Pedestrian Life

Study: DFW Is Texas’ Fourth-Most Dangerous Place to Walk, and Going in the Wrong Direction

A reminder that good pedestrian access is about more than just convenience.
By Shawn Shinneman