23 deadliest streets targeted for safety improvements

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“Road diets,” despised by some drivers, are still on the table In Los Angeles, where residents and visitors are killed by vehicles at a rate amounting to one person every 40 hours, city officials have identified more than 80 streets and intersections in need of urgent safety improvements. Approved last month by the Los Angeles City Council, the list is part Vision Zero, the city’s plan to eliminate traffic deaths by 2025. The 23 corridors and 60 intersections included on it are some of the deadliest in the city, based on data collected by law enforcement agencies throughout California. T...

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