Louisville has been named one of the most dangerous midwestern cities for pedestrians by the group Transportation for America. The organization looked at pedestrian deaths from 2000 to 2009 and concluded that Louisville is the 19th most dangerous metro area in the country, and second in the Midwest, behind Detroit. Cassandra Culin with the Neighborhood… Continue reading Louisville Ranked Among Least Safe Cities for Pedestrians
Louisville Metro Government officials have updated their marketing campaign aimed at reducing the number of pedestrians and bicyclists killed and injured on city streets.
Louisville has been ranked the 7th most dangerous city for pedestrians by the national advocacy group Transportation for America. The research group measures the number of pedestrian deaths in a city, and compares that number with other traffic-related deaths. In Louisville, pedestrian deaths accounted for about fourteen-percent of traffic-related deaths, which is 48 pedestrian deaths… Continue reading Study Finds Louisville Unsafe for Pedestrians