Via Citylab, here’s an interactive map showing all the deaths on roads for the entire country for a decade. A data researcher named Max Galka made it, and it has over 370,000 data points, one for each fatality. Wow.
I zoomed in on Central Minnesota here. Duluth and Lake Superior are at the top right. You can play around with the whole thing online, and the data is color-coded and icon’d to match type of death.
For example, here’s zooming in on the Twin Cities.
Can you find Snelling or Franklin? Spot the freeways?
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