Special Report

The Most (and Least) Dangerous States for Pedestrians

South Dakota, Road Sign
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35. South Dakota
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.05
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 9 (6th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 136 (9th lowest)

Roanoke, Virginia
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34. Virginia
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.06
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 88 (16th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 703 (18th highest)

Seattle, Washington roads
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33. Washington
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.06
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 75 (20th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 462 (25th lowest)

St. Louis, Missouri 3
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32. Missouri
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.07
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 65 (24th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 766 (15th highest)

Utah
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31. Utah
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.09
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 32 (18th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 256 (15th lowest)

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