Some of the most dangerous intersections in Los Angeles
In recent years, LA roads have been considered of the most dangerous. It seems that intersections are no exception, paying special attention to the most dangerous intersections for drivers and pedestrians.
Some of the most dangerous major intersections in Los Angeles have been identified as:
Imperial Highway and Vista del Mar
This classification was made at the site of 26 car accidents in 2015.
Vicente Street and the Pacific Coast Highway – Redondo Beach
The popular intersection is near the beach and is frequented by pedestrians.
Slauson Avenue & Western Avenue – South Los Angeles
Between 2002 and 2013, 41 pedestrians were hit at this intersection. This is a popular area with shopping centers and stores, and unfortunately, five lanes of traffic to cross.
Hollywood Boulevard & Highland Avenue – South Los Angeles
38 pedestrians were hit at this intersection between 2002 and 2013. Of these, seven were hit and run accidents. Traffic in this area is slow, and there are often tourists and pedestrians near the road. Unfortunately, these roads have not been managed to handle both car traffic and traffic.
Hill Street between 5th and 6th Street – Downtown Los Angeles
This intersection is located in the middle of high-rise buildings and the core of the city center. The intersection attendance is one of 48 in the downtown area of Los Angeles that represented 659 pedestrian injuries and 11 deaths in 12 years.
Crenshaw Boulevard and MLK Jr. Boulevard
These two intersections are linked to 50 pedestrian accidents and one death.