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Report: Pedestrian, bike deaths make up greater share of local road deaths

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Nearly one-third of the people killed on Washington-area roads last year weren't in a car when they were struck: they were walking or biking. Pedestrians and bicyclists now make up a greater share of the number of traffic-related deaths in the region, according to a report presented by a regional planning body. The problem isn't that more people are getting killed. The numbers of pedestrian and...

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