Special Report

The Most (and Least) Dangerous States for Pedestrians

Warwick, Rhode Island, Kent County
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20. Rhode Island
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.33
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 14 (11th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 52 (2nd lowest)

Portland, Oregon 2
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19. Oregon
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.44
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 57 (25th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 357 (20th lowest)

Michigan winter driving
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18. Michigan
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.49
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 148 (9th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 901 (11th highest)

Atlanta, Georgia 2
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17. Georgia
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.61
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 163 (7th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 1,164 (6th highest)

Hawaii road
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16. Hawaii
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
1.69
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 24 (16th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 95 (5th lowest)

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