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Mixing cars and pedestrians is inherently dangerous. It will never be 100% safe. The solution in most cases is not safer roads, it is safer cars. Car manufacturers was working on technology such as forward looking cameras and radar systems that can detect a passenger in the path of the vehicle and then either alert the driver and/or prevent the collision without driver action. That technology likely would have prevented this accident, and is ultimately what will make crossing roads safer for pedestrians.

by Alan on Dec 3, 2012 12:15 pm • linkreport

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