Connecting the dots between car crashes and systemic transportation challenges

To most of us, the twisted metal and broken glass of a car crash is evidence of driver error, bad luck or both. To Kelcie Ralph, an associate professor of urban planning and policy development at Rutgers, every car crash is a data point in the larger story of America’s poorly designed roads.

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