Why Is the U.S. So Good at Killing Pedestrians?

Freakonomics Radio | 6 july 2023 | 0h 44m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interviews experts to distil the factors behind the increasing rate of killing pedestrians per mile driven in the United States and why the US is so much worse than many other high-income countries.

New Zealand also has a rising road toll, with increasing pedestrian and cycling fatalities, and an increasing penchant for SUVs and automatic transmissions.

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