Many cities and towns offer pedestrian facilities that simply aren’t adequate, says Stefanie Seskin, deputy director of the coalition. “They might be, by definition, ‘safe,’ if you wait and go out of your way,” she explains, but when someone wants to go directly from a bus stop to an apartment building right across the street, it’s not reasonable to expect that person to trek half a mile in each direction to reach a crosswalk. Communities need to strive to make walking not merely possible, but comfortable and convenient, she says..

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However the film itself failed to open very well, but word of mouth was extremely strong especially amongst younger crowds who at least brought it in with a decent final number. The film should find a strong audience on VOD and streaming, but let hope it not considered a fluke by the major studios who will take any excuse to go back to what is considered safe and easy. The Johnny Knoxville stunt driven comedy closed after just two weeks to a pitiful $5M domestic (it wasn released worldwide) on a budget of $19M.