Most Dangerous Cities for Pedestrians

Watch your step in Florida: Orlando, Tampa, Miami and Jacksonville were just ranked top four most dangerous cities for walkers according to a new Transportation for America study. The organization hopes to draw attention to the 5,000 accidental deaths a year due to pedestrian un-friendly roads. The study is timed to strike a nerve in the national consciousness as major cities like Manhattan strive to get more European by adding bike lanes and the awareness that walking and biking can help prevent obesity, heart disease and even climate change increases. Even musician David Byrne has become a bike evangelist.

But how did TFA come up with their numbers? And what does that mean for renters?