The Macon Pedestrian Safety Review Board recently took a trip around Macon to survey some of the city's most dangerous roads for pedestrians. Among those: Pio Nono Ave., Rice Mill Road and Anthony Road.
Macon is trying to become a safer place for the people walking on our streets. The Macon-Bibb Pedestrian Fatality Review Board has been taking extra steps to make sure this happens, and the committee has called in help from as far away as Atlanta, but will their efforts help stop the flood of pedestrian deaths in our state?
When approaching the intersection of Hollingsworth and Log Cabin Drive, it can be nearly impossible to see oncoming traffic. The most experienced drivers of Macon have learned how to look far beyond the intersection to see if they are going to meet up with another car, but even then there's no guarantee of safety. This is only one of the many problems plaguing Log Cabin Drive, but will new efforts improve safety along this traffic corridor?