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Florida's Jaywalking Jaywalkig Curb Cuts /

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The ONLY Component of an Unmarked Mid-Block Crosswalk are Wheelchair Curb Cuts.  This is a Deadly Abuse of the ADA.

    - October 5th, 2015, 17 year old Alexis Miranda and her friends were walking to Chamberlain High School.  Alexis was struck and killed while attempting to cross an Unmarked Mid-Block Crosswalk on Busch Blvd.

   - January 12th, 2018, 91 year old Isabel Triana was walking with the assistance of a walker.  Isabel was struck and killed when she attempted to cross an Unmarked Mid-Block Crosswalk on Dale Mabry Highway. 

   - May 23rd 2018, Jessica Raubenolt , 24, and her daughter, Lillia, 21 months, were visiting from Ohio.  Jessica was pushing Lllia in her baby stroller.  They were both killed while attempting to cross an Unmarked Mid-Block Crosswalk on  Bayshore Blvd.

It is irrelevant if these victims were struck by Racers or Hit and Run Drivers.  Would they still be alive today if the FDOT had not placed these Curb Cuts in such dangerous locations? 

Mid-Block Crosswalks on High Speed, High Traffic, Multiple Lane Roads are very dangerous even if controlled by Push Button Yellow or Red Light Signals. 

On December 22nd, 2019, Sophia Nelson (12), was killed attempting to cross State Road A1A at a Push Button Yellow-Flashing Signal in Satellite Beach Florida. 

 On January 30, 2020, FSU Student Natalie Nickchen (19), was killed attempting to cross West Tennessee Avenue in Tallahassee after pushing a Red Flashing Signal.

Below is a short video sent to me by m,y Neighbor.  It shows him walking his bicycle across one of Bee Ridge Roads Unmarked Mid-Block Crosswalks. The FDOT promotes Marked / Controlled Mid-Block Crosswalks but installs Unmarked Crosswalks killing 1,557 Pedestrians since 2007.

The Below Photo is of Pedestrian Refuge Island #11 on Bee Ridge Road.  No Painted Lines of the road, no Pedestrian Crossing Signs, no Signalization.  The ONLY Components are Wheelchair Curb Cuts.

Bee Ridge Road Pedestrian Refuge Island 11

A recent FDOT Public Records Request showed that 130 Pedestrians die every year in Unmarked Mid-Block Curb Cuts on High Speed, High Traffic, Multiple Lane Roads.

These are Deadly Misplaced Curb Cuts and Deadly ADA Fraud.

Florida Trends in Pedestrian Injuries from Street Crossing

Fatal Injuries
1986 - 1993
Fatal Injuries
1993 - 2001-

% of Change
Non-Fatal Injuries
1986 - 1993
Non0Fatal Injuries
1994 - 2001

% of Change
% Mid-Block







   Source: Derived from annual Traffic Crash Facts, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.