Our pedestrian map, redux

by Patrick Cain

The Toronto Medical Officer of Health’s report calling for lower speed limits drew on many sources; one was our pedestrian safety accident map from last fall,in which we mashed up a decade’s worth of pedestrian accident data with pedestrian counts to list Toronto’s most dangerous intersections for walking.

Here’s how it looked on TV tonight (from 0:50):

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About Leslie Young

A budding data and database geek, I try to turn numbers into stories. I've been with Global News since the spring of 2011. Find me on Twitter @leslieyoung
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