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We all have to walk across roads — why aren't pedestrians a focus of road safety?

By Margaret Brown, Adjunct Research Fellow, UniSA Justice and Society, University of South Australia
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While the road toll has come down over the decades, it's largely a result of fewer car occupants dying. Pedestrian deaths have barely changed for a decade, but they remain a road safety blind spot.

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