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Published on Aug 3, 2007
Neighborhood speeding is a serious and pervasive problem. Our neighborhood streets -- where people walk and kids play -- are becoming speedways. Too many drivers still think it's okay to drive 5, 10 or 15 mph over the neighborhood limit, unaware that they won't be able to stop in time to avoid a tragedy. Slow down in neighborhoods, and keep it under 25.
•Metro Atlanta drivers hit 4 pedestrians every day. •Pedestrians account for 1 of every 6 traffic fatalities in metro Atlanta. •In an average year, 1,000 pedestrians are injured by drivers in metro Atlanta and another 80 pedestrians are killed.
PEDS is metro Atlanta's pedestrian advocacy organization. (peds.org)