In 2014 Metro Public Works released the Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Pilot Project report, which identified 50 top pedestrian crash locations in the city based on crash data from 2010-2013. It has now been 4 years since that report came out, and pedestrian crashes have continued to increase.

Walk Bike Nashville has conducted a study of those original 50 locations to determine which have seen pedestrian safety improvements, and which have continued to cause pedestrian injuries and fatalities. Here's what we found.

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Original 50 Priority Crash Locations:

And crashes that have happened since 2014

Nora Kern


DRCOG Senior Mobility Planner. Working to get people out of their cars and into their community, trying to change the status quo for public space.