Philly’s most dangerous roads clustered in black and brown neighborhoods (Vision Zero Watch)

Philadelphia’s streets cross 2,575 miles, but between 2011 and 2015, 13 percent of the city’s traffic fatalities have happened on the 16-mile road running from Hunting Park to just over the city line in Bensalem. That figure represents more than 60 deaths and another 4,700 injuries on Roosevelt. Pedestrians made up one-third of those killed on the 12-lane road.

The analysis of a network of “high-injury” streets where traffic accidents are most likely to occur in Philadelphia comes in response in the city’s Vision Zero action plan.