We often read about the efforts of law enforcement and safety advocates who want to address dangerous driving in California. There are texting and driving campaigns, urges to buckle up and tickets handed out for speeding. But a recent fatal car accident in Redondo Beach was a grim reminder that there may be much more work to do to keep residents in this area safe on the roads.
Pedestrians in Los Angeles are probably aware that there are some areas of the city that are more dangerous than others. Areas with high levels of traffic congestion and intersections where drivers routinely fail to look out for people walking and crossing the street can be among the most dangerous spots for a pedestrian. And the victims of auto-pedestrian accidents are not the only ones who are taking note of these hazardous areas.