Honolulu

Don’t Walk: Hawaii Pedestrians, Especially Elderly, Die At High Rate

·By Alia Wong

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Alia Wong

Alia Wong is a reporter for Civil Beat. You can reach her by email at awong@civilbeat.com or follow her on Twitter at @aliaemily.

Discussion

What do you think can be done to make Oahu's roads safer for pedestrians?


Here is a map of the Oahu intersections that between 2006 and 2010 experienced the most pedestrian-involved accidents, according to DOH data. To see pictures of the intersections, go here, click on each marker and then opt for "Street View" (under "more").





View Oahu intersections with highest number of pedestrian crashes in a larger map







  1. The DOH doesn’t adjust the data to the amount of traffic recorded at each location, so the ratings don’t necessarily reflect the most “dangerous” intersections.