Designing Safer Street for Seniors in New York City Webinar

01/19/2011 – 01/19/2011

Web-based, USA

11:45-1:30 PM EST

In 2008, New York City became the first major U.S. city to create a pedestrian safety program for seniors. NYC DOT's Safe Streets for Seniors program aims to lower the overrepresentation of seniors in pedestrian fatalities (39% of pedestrian fatalities, compared to just 12% of the city population: 2002-2006) and improve their public health and mobility.