Have you felt like more cars speed down your street during the pandemic?

You’re not making it up. It’s true. A new report confirms with emptier roads, people are driving faster and more recklessly. While total miles driven are down 13 percent, road deaths have actually increased 24 percent. This is the sharpest yearly uptick the National Safety Council has measured since 1924 — a century ago.

Speeding cars can be deadly if you’re out for a walk or riding a bike. …

Tim Courtney

Building communities of the future. I like urban planning, Scandinavian design, & flying small airplanes. Former Experience Manager, LEGO IDEAS

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