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Maryland struggles with reducing pedestrian deaths

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Maryland transportation officials lowered the bar when they set new goals for reducing pedestrian fatalities after the number of deaths continued to climb despite a nearly $50 million effort to make roads more walker-friendly. The Maryland Strategic Highway Safety Plan set five-year goals in 2006 for reducing injuries and fatalities on Maryland roads to a maximum of 85 by 2010. There were 93...

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