Strong Towns Podcast
Episode 478

Our streets should be safe for everyone — yes, even those who are under the influence.

Rachel Quednau published on

One year ago, a woman in suburban Oregon crossed the street while under the influence of alcohol and was struck by a driver and killed. Her husband's lawyer couldn't find an engineer in his state who was willing to stand up to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and speak out about the dangerously designed street that played a part in this woman's death. So the lawyer called Chuck Marohn, President of Strong Towns, and he recently traveled to Oregon to testify as part of the case again the DOT.

In this episode, Chuck reviews the case and discusses the dangerous design of the road that led to an innocent mother's death.

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