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Study Shows Seniors Most Vulnerable Victims in Pedestrian Accidents

A recent study conducted by the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) reveals that senior citizens are particularly vulnerable while crossing the street. In response, the city has proposed Read More

“Daylighting” at Intersections Helps Eliminate Traffic Deaths

Every year, car drivers, car passengers, bikers and pedestrians in cities all over the United States are injured or killed in collisions at intersections. A major cause of these often-avoidable Read More

In NJ and Nationwide, Pedestrian Deaths Reach Record Levels

Walking on public streets and roadways has become quite dangerous. Pedestrians are dying in America at a rate unseen in four decades. In 2021 nearly 7,500 pedestrians were struck and Read More

Pedestrian Accident Wave at Intersection Worries Bergenfield Residents

It is significantly more dangerous for a pedestrian to be involved in a car accident than for someone in a vehicle. Lacking any protection, someone who is struck by vehicle Read More

Study Seeks Causes of Pedestrian Railroad Crossing Fatalities in New Jersey

More than 20 pedestrians have been killed every year since 2015 at NJ Transit railroad crossings, and the transit agency is partnering with Rutgers University to deploy artificial intelligence to Read More

Bad Driver Behavior Blamed for Spike in NJ Pedestrian Deaths During Pandemic

Speeding, drinking and distracted driving are to blame for what is the largest-ever nationwide increase in pedestrian deaths in a single year, according to a report by the Governors Highway Read More

What makes a road dangerous for pedestrians?

Pedestrian accidents in New Jersey are unfortunate combinations of very dangerous factors. They often lead to severe injuries and tragic results. Law enforcement and community safety agencies focus constantly on Read More

Newark children injured after being hit by car

Parents always take a deep breath and try not to worry about their kids when they go off to school. They do so whether they admit it or not. This Read More

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