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Concern raised in pedestrian, auto collisions

Concern raised in pedestrian, auto collisions

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Thursday, March 15, 2012 | 11:41 p.m.

KSNV coverage of an increased number of pedestrian getting hit by cars in the valley, March 15, 2012.

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  1. Honestly RTC? Why do you place the Bus Stops in the very middle of a Block? The Death this morning in front of the Orleans on Trop? On TV3? It shows the Bus Stop in the middle of the Block! Where it should be placed near the Intersection where there is a CrossWalk with a Traffic Light! People getting off the Bus and wanting to go to the Orleans? It is just too tempting to take the shorter route into TRAFFIC! Shame on RTC! Move all Bus Stops near Intersections to decrease the number of Pedestrian Deaths! .....now....if you live under the 'Thumb' of a Homeowners Assoc - HOA ? Check out HOA1234 Dot Com - http://www.hoa1234.com .....Sam in Henderson

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