Sunday, April 30, 2017
Nashville Pedestrian Death Registry - open for public comment & input
The Nashville Pedestrian Death Registry is up in pilot form. I'm working with the excellent Anthony Campbell II, PhD, from the Dept of Public Administration at Tennessee State University on this one (thank you Anthony!!!).
This is the beginning of an ongoing project to looked deeper into the lives of those killed while walking in Nashville - an all too common occurrence here partly due to our lack of sidewalks.
This project is about understanding: the who, what, why, where, when of pedestrian death.
If you have a few minutes, we'd appreciate feed back. If you know someone who has been killed on foot, please contact us. This project intends to look into the past, too - if you know of someone who died in Nashville, even years ago, we'd like to know more about them.
There is a self-report page on the site or email: