Feb 5, 2012

US Road Safety

ITO World lets you look at how dangerous your favorite (or least favorite) road has been between 2001 and 2009. Click on the picture and check out US roads, including Alaska. Some pretty remote places are pretty scary.


Robert Keeney said...

That's a lot of dead people.

I avoid dangerous roads. Not because they are dangerous. Because riding on those roads sucks.

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