Surface Transportation Policy Project Mean Streets 2004
Source: Surface Transportation Policy Project
Mean Streets 2004 <http://www.transact.org/library/reports_html/ms2004/press_release.asp>
"The Surface Transportation Policy Project (STPP)s Mean Streets 2004 study issued this morning reveals that walking remains the most dangerous mode of transportation, and some areas of the country are becoming markedly more dangerous. The study, released by STPP in conjunction with AARP, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, American Planning Association, American Public Health Association (APHA), American Society of Landscape Architects, prominent local and state policymakers who are leaders on pedestrian safety and numerous state and local transportation advocates, assesses the data and recommends specific actions that governments can take to increase pedestrian safety."
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