Data dive: Pedestrian fatalities in Prince George’s


A map showing the locations of pedestrians killed by motorists in Prince George's County since 2010.

It's worse than we thought. 166 pedestrians have been killed by motorists in 163 crashes on Prince George’s County roads since January 2010.
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3 thoughts on “Data dive: Pedestrian fatalities in Prince George’s

  1. Great article! Definitely worth sharing with GreaterGreaterWashington and the podcast the War on Cars.

  2. Not ALL pedestrian fatalities. The author does not fully cite the source and the previous article’s link to the database indicates these only include crashes as reported by the PGPD. There are more agencies in PG County than the PGPD (such as MSP, or USPP), therefore the 166 is still an undercount if you are considering all PG County roads.

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