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Best Places to Run in Los Angeles

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Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Best Places to Run in Los Angeles

Despite Los Angeles’s image as the car capital of the nation, where people drive even if their destination is across the street, southern California is home to millions of runners – and some of the best running destinations in the world. Here are the 3 top places to run. Mount Hollywood – Griffith Park, 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles

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Auto Accidents

Halloween Safety Tips for Driving and Trick or Treating

As kids prepare for trick or treating fun, many parents are aware of the risks like taking candy from strangers. Often overlooked, however, are the risks of traffic accidents. Halloween is a time when both pedestrian fatalities and DUI accidents spike. Parents and motorists alike can help keep the festivities safe by following a few Halloween tips. Halloween pedestrian accident

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Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Los Angeles By Foot: Top 3 Walking Routes

You’ve probably heard the old saying that nobody walks in L.A. Even popular songs have been penned on the topic. Boasting a population of nearly 3.8 million, the urban sprawl of Los Angeles is dominated by vehicles. Residents seem deeply attached to their cars, despite the mind-numbing traffic that is so prevalent. Next time you get fed up with the

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Pedestrian Accident Injuries

3 Most Dangerous Intersections for Pedestrians in Los Angeles

LA Times analysis revealed that nearly a quarter of traffic accidents occur at less than 1% of the intersections in LA. There is a disproportionately high rate of collisions in the high-density zones between Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles. Pedestrians were injured in 1 in 10 traffic LA accidents from 2002-2013, and represented 35% of the fatalities. Over the last

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Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Will Self-Driving Cars Keep Pedestrians Safe?

Will self-driving vehicles help improve traffic and pedestrian safety? Many officials at the U.S. Department of Transportation believe this to be the case, which is why they created a regulatory framework for automated vehicles. A handful of states — including California — have now legalized their use. However, self-driving cars still have their fair share of critics. A 2017 Deloitte

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Numbers of Pedestrian Deaths in CA and Nationwide Climb

In California and elsewhere throughout the country, being a pedestrian is dangerous. A recent government report reveals that while traffic fatalities have decreased, pedestrian deaths have risen. The swing marks pedestrians as the most at-risk group in traffic accidents over the past quarter century. The source is the 2015 preliminary report Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State, released by The Governors

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