Bike lane, pedestrians and a zebra crossing

Left: Pedestrian deaths jumped 27 percent from 2007 to 2016 while other U.S. traffic deaths dropped. Distracted walking, and alcohol consumption by drivers and pedestrians are contributing to the problem, federal data shows.
Left: Pedestrian deaths jumped 27 percent from 2007 to 2016 while other U.S. traffic deaths dropped. Distracted walking, and alcohol consumption by drivers and pedestrians are contributing to the problem, federal data shows.

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From the article: Pedestrian Deaths Are Up Nationwide, Fueled By People Who Walk While Drunk

Left: Pedestrian deaths jumped 27 percent from 2007 to 2016 while other U.S. traffic deaths dropped. Distracted walking, and alcohol consumption by drivers and pedestrians are contributing to the problem, federal data shows.