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  • In one of America’s most walkable cities, a danger for pedestrians

    WCVB TV - 11/13/2020

    As 5 Investigates and Northeastern University’s School of Journalism discovered, this conflicting kind of traffic and pedestrian signaling is not uncommon. Crosswalks at nearly 300 intersections all over the city operate under what is known in urban street planning lingo as “concurrent walk signaling.” They first appeared in Boston in the 1970s and have nearly doubled in use during the last 15 years.

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