Commentary

The Geography of Car Deaths in America

The U.S. is a nation divided not just by how people get around, but by how fast they drive.

America is famously divided along many lines: red and blue states, high-income and low-income areas, educated and uneducated cities—the list goes on. But, startlingly, America’s political and economic divide extends to fatality rates as well, and specifically to where people are killed in their cars.

Read the full article at The Atlantic’s CityLab.