Let me understand this: We have a pedestrian who bolts out against the red light into a large oncoming truck, she gets totaled, and some brain surgeon writes that the solution is to ticket more motorists. Amazing (“70-year-old woman struck by delivery truck in Glendale,” Sept. 7).
His other “remedy” is to jaywalk in mid block. There’s nothing like jumping out between two parked vehicles into the path of an oncoming vehicle.
Other than driving in Rome, I have not witnessed more offensively aggressive, or brainless, pedestrians than in Glendale — we could teach New Yorkers a real lesson. The pedestrian problem is citywide, and at all levels.