New York City may be the most walkable city in America, but when the city’s population doubles during the day, how do all the walkers and drivers safely share the roads?
Check out the latest installment of the Big Road Fix from our friends at GOOD and discover who’s responsible for keeping everyone moving, and how officials are working to make one troublesome intersection in the Bronx safer.
This piece was produced as part of Data for GOOD—an Apron Project collaboration. The Apron Project celebrates progress and the people who make it happen. This year, in partnership with the team at GOOD, we’re exploring how data and the power of information can be harnessed to make progress.