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Pedestrian Crossings in Ann Arbor

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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2009

We love walking down our tree-lined streets in Ann Arbor, along the Huron River and through our vibrant downtown. But as motorists we don't yield for pedestrians at crosswalks. We speed through residential neighborhoods. Why? Not all communities in America experience this problem.

This videos shows some examples of these dangerous pedestrian issues. This video was filmed over a two hour period at randomly selected intersection around Ann Arbor.

We can have a community where we no longer feel invisible as pedestrians-- where motorists stop to allow children to cross the street.

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