Why is the United States so good at killing pedestrians? Actually, the reasons are pretty clear. The harder question is: Will we ever care enough to stop pedestrian fatalities?
- Sara Bronin, professor of law and urban planning at Cornell University.
- Philip Miatkowski, senior director of research and policy at Transportation Alternatives.
- Kelcie Ralph, professor at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.
- David Strayer, professor of psychology at the University of Utah.