“Dangerous by Design” – American roads are designed to be deadly – The top 4 dangerous intersections in Montana are on Reserve Street in Missoula

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Pedestrian deaths on US roads are on the rise. In 2020, more than 6,500 people were killed and killed while walking on the streets in the US, up from about 6,200 a year earlier, and an increase of more than 2,000 compared to 2010. “Dangerous by Design,” a recent report by the advocacy group Smart Growth America, lays major blame on the way those roads are designed.


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Dangerous intersections: How you can protect yourself – The top 4 dangerous intersections in Montana are on Reserve Street in Missoula

More than 50 percent of all crashes in the United States occur at intersections


Can An Automaker Help Your City Design a Better Intersection? Let’s Improve Missoula’s Reserve Street

Last week, Windsor, Canada became the first North American city to start using the Ford Safety Insights Platform that proponents claim could help solve two of the most enduring problems in transportation planning: identifying the most dangerous intersections with ease, and making the case to local officials that redesigning them makes safety and business sense.

Officials have no plans to address Missoula’s Reserve Street traffic concerns – Let’s Improve Reserve Street

Montana Department of Transportation officials told us they recognize the traffic and congestion in the area, but right now there are no projects in the works to combat it.

Strong Towns Strength Test – How Does Yours Rate? Let’s Improve Missoula’s Reserve Street!

Here are ten simple questions we call the Strong Towns Strength Test. A Strong Town should be able to answer “yes” to each of these questions.

These communities eliminated traffic congestion by building roundabouts. Why not on Missoula’s Reserve Street?

They built high-capacity modern roundabouts at nine intersections which had caused long delays.

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