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Pedestrian Fatalities Soar in Georgia

April 01, 2020

ATLANTA, Ga. — According to an article appearing in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 130 people were tragically killed in pedestrian accidents in January through June of 2018, which is 32 percent higher than the same timeframe in 2017.  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution cites the study conducted annually by the Governors Highway Safety Association. The Governors Highway Safety Association annually compiles motor vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, large truck, and motorcycle statistics and trends.*

Some States are More Dangerous Than Others For Pedestrians

March 20, 2020

USA- Some states are more dangerous than others when it comes to pedestrian crashes, according to CEOWORLD.BIZ. A recent study conducted by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) analyzed pedestrian deaths and collision trends from 2017. The number of pedestrian fatalities in 2017 from traffic crashes averaged to 1 fatality every 88 minutes and almost 115 deaths every week.*

Pedestrian Deaths Decline in Georgia, But Big Picture Indicates Problems Still Persist

March 05, 2020

GEORGIA- Pedestrian fatalities declined by about sixteen percent in the first six months of 2019 in Georgia, according to AJC.com. Reports found that 116 pedestrians were tragically killed in collisions in the first half of 2019 as compared to 137 pedestrian fatalities in the same time in 2018. However, pedestrian fatalities increased by about three percent nationwide during the same period.*

Sharing the Road with Pedestrians in Georgia

February 24, 2020

The Georgia Department of Transportation indicates that both the number of cars on the road are increasing and so are the number of people traveling by foot.  The statistics maintained by the Georgia Department of Transportation indicate that pedestrian deaths rose by fifteen percent in 2016 from 2015, but also accounted for fifteen percent of all traffic deaths in the state. Distracted driving appears to be the foremost reason for the increase in pedestrian deaths.*

E-Scooters Continue to Present Risks of Head Injuries

February 10, 2020

FLORIDA- The sun-sentinel.com writes that electronic scooter accidents are becoming somewhat commonplace in Fort Lauderdale. One emergency room doctor said it is not unusual to see victims with severe head injuries in the hospital due to scooter crashes, especially on weekends.*

Cameras in School Zones in Roswell, Georgia

February 05, 2020

ROSWELL, GA- Roswell is installing cameras in school zones to catch drivers who are speeding, CBS46.COM. Starting February 3rd, there will be a grace period of 30-days in which drivers will receive warnings before the Automated Enforcement of School Zones program becomes fully effective.*

Three New Pedestrian Crossings to Be Installed in NW Atlanta

February 05, 2020

GEORGIA - Atlanta is working to create additional pedestrian crossings to increase safety throughout the city, according to AJC.COM. Over the course of the next year, three crossings will be added in Atlanta along Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway, including one at the location where a fourteen-year-old boy was tragically struck and killed in 2019.*

Macon-Bibb Working to Improve Pedestrian Safety

January 31, 2020

MACON, GA- Construction crews have been hard at work making improvements to numerous crosswalks in the Macon-Bibb area, according to 41NBC.COM. The Georgia Department of Transportation (G-DOT) is looking to improve pedestrian safety following several tragic pedestrian accidents.*

NTSB Report Released on Georgia Plane Crash

January 30, 2020

JASPER COUNTY, GA- A plane crash took place in Georgia earlier this month, according to 11ALIVE.COM. The incident tragically killed a 72-year-old man who was operating the aircraft and was the only person onboard. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has been working to understand what caused the Cessna 172H to come down.*

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