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Dangerous by Design 2019
March 1, 2019

This new report from the National Complete Streets coalition and Smart Growth America provides data and resources to support communities working to make streets safer for cyclists, pedestrians and motorists. Complete Streets policies seek to reduce pedestrian and cycling fatalities, which exceeded 49,000 nationwide between 2008 and 2017. In addition to New Jersey Department of Transportation policy, eight NJ counties and nearly 150 NJ communities have enacted resolutions in support of Complete Streets as of February 2019.

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View the Interactive Map of Pedestrian Fatality Data from 2008-2017
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