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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is currently working on improving 10 intersections along 4th Street in St. Petersburg in an effort to make the area more walkable for pedestrians and cyclists.
In order to stop drivers from speeding through 4th Street, crews are installing curb bulb-outs, features that narrow the roadways giving pedestrians more

Since October 2021, Tampa’s Mobility Department has installed more than 100 4-way stop intersections throughout the city to curb the dangers present to drivers and pedestrians.
The latest 4-way intersections are focused around Plant High School. There are stop signs now at Himes Avenue at San Jose Street and W. Barcelona Street as well as

The population in Hillsborough County has continued to rise each year, and with that growth, comes more drivers on the roads and unfortunately, more collisions.
In 2022, Hillsborough County saw 28,290 total crashes (including bicycle, motorcycle, pedestrian, and hit and run collisions), according to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV).

There is a plethora of benefits associated with walking, including the physical/health aspect, but also personal, environmental, and social benefits. Walking can lead to more community engagement which can improve local economies and lead to more vibrant and livable areas, and even create cleaner, quieter, and safer streets.
Unfortunately, there were 6,516 pedestrians killed in

Lonnie Kilpatrick is the namesake for the Lonnie Kilpatrick Central Pacific Relief Act, a man who has a disturbing story of missed diagnoses and a denial of benefits that outlived him.
Kilpatrick served in Guam where toxic herbicide was sprayed during the Vietnam War. He went from being diagnosed with osteoarthritis to having metastasized

Insurance companies in America often market themselves as businesses who are looking out for you, but the truth is that these corporations are really looking out for their bottom line – making trillions of dollars annually from people like you paying your insurance premiums and then denying valid claims, rejecting various coverages, and increasing their

It is standard for all Americans to celebrate the Fourth of July with friends and family. Boating, swimming, grilling and watching fireworks is something many look forward to on this summer holiday. While there is much fun to be had, the activities that surround the Fourth of July can also be dangerous.

That is why