Public Safety

Tell Us: Where are the most dangerous intersections in Los Angeles

Chris Keller & Kim Bui | Updated Sept. 17, 2013

The city of Los Angeles is taking steps to make 53 dangerous intersections safer for pedestrians and cyclists. As a first step, the city will install "continental crosswalks" - aka "zebra crossings" - that provide increased visibility for pedestrians.

This map shows which intersections (marked in green) that the city considers dangerous. But are they the same as the intersections (marked in red) that YOU have designated as hazardous?

See how they match up - or don't - in our interactive map.

Are there others? Let us know what intersections and other locations you believe are the most dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists. Simply click the button below and tell us your experience.

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