Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a non-profit watchdog which hopes people will stop relying on cars so much, has released a new report on the most fatals roads for pedestrians in the New York region between 2008 and 2010. Hempstead Turnpike in Nassau County claimed the most lives followed by Broadway in Manhattan and Sunrise Highway in Suffolk. With the NYPD’s continual lack of traffic enforcement laws on anyone but cyclists, the high number of pedestrian deaths on Broadway isn’t all that surprising, but who the hell crosses Sunrise Highway on foot? For those not familiar with the roadway, it is eastern Long Island’s version of the Autobahn. (Photo: lijk604/flickr)