Madeline Brozen

UCLA's Lewis Center and the Institute of Transportation Studies

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Associate director of UCLA's Lewis Center and the Institute of Transportation Studies

Madeline Brozen on KCRW

Los Angeles has seen increases in traffic accidents, as well as cyclist and pedestrian deaths. Police are giving out fewer speeding tickets.

What's behind the rise in cyclist and pedestrian deaths?

Los Angeles has seen increases in traffic accidents, as well as cyclist and pedestrian deaths. Police are giving out fewer speeding tickets.

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