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.