Providence 4th-most dangerous in Northeast for pedestrians

RHODE ISLAND ranked 30th nationwide on the
RHODE ISLAND ranked 30th nationwide on the "Dangerous By Design 2011" study released by Transportation For America. /
WASHINGTON - Providence is the 4th most-dangerous metropolitan area in the Northeast for pedestrians, according to a study by Transportation for America released Tuesday. The organization’s “Pedestrian Danger Index” looked at the average percentage of workers walking to work and the number of fatalities and gave Providence a 41.6 score. The Providence-New Bedford-Fall River area,…

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