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No, there is nothing wrong w/this ad and the campaign does not "blame victims." This is just an example of our usual knee-jerk reaction to much of anything we disagree with.

Yes, pedestrians who (like cars) try to make the light, endanger themselves and those around them. Those who do the whole "distracted walking" thing put themselves at risk. It only makes sense to provide some pedestrian safety ideas into our normal "transit" dialogue. No need to exclude pedestrians. ,

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