Comment 71050

By stupid comments (anonymous) | Posted November 04, 2011 at 22:20:59 in reply to Comment 70809

This commentary has obviously been started by someone whom thinks they are very intelligent.
I don't believe using the previous years statistics can be called cherry picking; they are not using 2006 or 2007, but a year that shows similar cars and pedestrian traffic compared to today.
Travis was hit after two cars collided sending a car into him. Can you say that this car was travelling at more than 30km/h? It wasn't. And yet a tragedy still happened. This accident wasn't based on speed but people not following the rules of the road.
If pedestrians and cyclists respected the vehicles that use the roads, we would see less fatalities. Half of the accidents that you have used in your references happened while someone was jaywalking.

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