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Lead Ave.

  • A recent study ranked New Mexico as the most deadly state in the nation to be a pedestrian. Albuquerque came in second for the number of walkers killed per capita on the metro area's roadways. On this week's Let’s Talk New Mexico, on Thursday, Sept. 1, we’ll take a look at why it’s so dangerous to commute by foot and by bike in our state.
  • In response to years of concerns raised by residents along the Lead and Coal corridor in Albuquerque, the city ordered an independent audit of its safety. The auditors identified a number of high-priority problems along the one-way streets, and made recommendations to the city.
  • Neighbors along the Lead Ave. and Coal Ave. corridor in southeast Albuquerque say they have a unique problem: cars regularly crashing into their homes and…