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The Vehicle-Pedestrian Injury Collision Model predicts change in the
number of collisions resulting in pedestrian injury or death associated
with area-level changes in street, land use and population
characteristics due to new development or transportation system changes.
SFDPH uses this model to inform the need for pedestrian safety
mitigations and improvements in the course of land use and
transportation planning, to prevent people from being injured or killed
by motor vehicles while walking on San Francisco streets. Significant
predictors (census-tract level variables) in the current model are:
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