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Traffic Fatalities

In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013, in Chicago, a lone cyclist navigates Dearborn St. between street traffic and pedestrians.

Charles Rex Arbogast

Traffic Fatalities Galvanize Biking And Pedestrian Advocates As City Reports Declining Traffic Deaths

The City of Chicago released new numbers showing a dip in traffic fatalities as bike and pedestrian safety advocates galvanize over recent traffic deaths.

Reset analyzes the city’s numbers and its “Vision Zero” plan of zero traffic deaths by 2026.

GUEST: Mary Wisniewski, Reset transportation contributor, transportation reporter and columnist at the Chicago Tribune

Melody Geraci, interim executive director, Active Transportation Alliance

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