U.S. Pedestrian Deaths Decline for First Time Since Pandemic


According to data released Monday from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), 7,318 American pedestrians were killed by motor vehicles last year -- a dip of 5.4% from 2022 and the first such decline seen since the pandemic ended. But it's no time for celebration: The 2023 number for pedestrian deaths is still 14.1% above pre-pandemic levels.

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Story by Ernie Mundell
June 26, 2024

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