Salt Lake's Streets Get Friendlier

June 2005
Planning;Jun2005, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p48
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The article comments on improved pedestrian safety in streets in Salt Lake City, Utah. After witnessing an accident involving a pedestrian in 2000, Mayor Rocky Anderson made pedestrian safety a priority. The city has installed countdown crosswalk clocks and made orange flags available for pedestrians to carry at mid-block crosswalks.


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