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11/21/2002
Mean Streets 2002

Pedestrian Safety, Health and Federal Transportation Spending

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STPP's "Mean Streets 2002" report is the latest study in a series that looks at the perils facing pedestrians, why where you live matters, and how states aren't spending enough to fix the problem. The new study ranks per capita deaths and spending by metro area for the first time, and finds children, the elderly and African-Americans at particularly high risk.


Press Release

Executive Summary

Read the Full Report (pdf)

State Fact Sheets #1(pdf)
(Alabama - Missouri)

State Fact Sheets #2 (pdf)
(Montana - US)

Slide Show (PowerPoint)


The Surface Transportation Policy Project is a nationwide network of more than 800 organizations, including planners, community development organizations, and advocacy groups, devoted to improving the nationís transportation system.

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