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Building Safe Pedestrian Networks through Corridor Redesign

Large urban arterials present one of the most challenging design problems for cities. By using a data-driven approach to identify high crash locations and implement corridor improvements, cities are beginning to unlock some of these notoriously auto-centric streets, redesigning them to form safer pedestrian networks, reduce fatalities and serious injuries, and make these arterials truly walkable for all ages and abilities. In this session, learn from cities about Vision Zero efforts to redesign corridors for safety.