Fast roads, few crosswalks, dead pedestrians: A familiar scene in Prince George’s County

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An aerial view shows a landscape of sprawling suburban development, including large shopping centers with even larger parking lots, meandering streets of residential neighborhoods, and two large highway interchanges.

Screenshot/Prince George's County

Is this area designed for cars or pedestrians?

Richard Lee, a 37-year old District Heights resident, is the latest person to be killed by a motorist in Prince George’s County. He is the 145th pedestrian to be killed by motorists in Prince George's County since 2010.
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One thought on “Fast roads, few crosswalks, dead pedestrians: A familiar scene in Prince George’s County

  1. Pingback: Data: Bowie 14-year-old is 150th pedestrian killed in Prince George’s since 2010 | Route 1 Reporter

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