As roadways grow, so do number of Chicago auto accidents

January 13, 2011
As roads in the city expand, the increased volume of traffic contributes to more Chicago auto accidents, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Pedestrians and transit riders have also seen increased dangers as sidewalks are skimmed down to increase the number of lanes on roads.
Officials will work on a “road diet” in the Lincoln Square neighborhood to reduce Chicago auto accidents?
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