Mike Simons of the Tulsa World is traveling on foot in the parts of his city that most people drive through as fast as they can.
A few thousand dollars worth of steel bollards might have prevented last night's mayhem.
Officials hope it'll make streets safer. But pedestrians are often the victim of careless, speeding drivers.
Every 30 hours, a New Yorker is killed in a car crash. With the right approach, the NYPD could help bring that number way down.
Hamburg, New York, rejected the widening of its local main street. Since then, crashes are down and property values are way up.
The amount of money he's talking about is roughly the federal equivalent of the change you'd find in your couch.
But there's an obvious fix.
Inside The Hindu's fight to reclaim India's sidewalks for pedestrians.
In Ohio's urban school districts, one in 446 students has been hit by a car. In suburban districts, it's one in 1,473.
A man was jailed for painting a crosswalk at a dangerous intersection. When he got back to his neighborhood, he was hailed as a hero.
The city says it can't afford to maintain them. Can private citizens make up the difference?
New York advocates for safer streets form a PAC to influence city elections.
And so our society's mixed messages continue.
The fight against outmoded 20th-century infrastructure.
Last year, New Jersey cops were cracking down on jaywalkers. Now they're penalizing cars. Will switching tactics make a difference?
A new film makes the case for Poynton's shared space experiment.
An underpass with a forehead-level concrete ceiling seems designed to knock out Chinese citizens.
Peatónito is the alter ego of Jorge Cáñez, a 26-year-old political scientist in Mexico City.
For too many American families, this is not a problem that's easily solved.
A recent spate of deaths should prompt a new commitment to road safety. Instead, the opposite is happening.