Route 27 (which includes Sunrise Highway and Montauk Highway) and Route 110 were the second and third deadliest roads for pedestrians during the three-year period, according to the study.
Nine people were struck and killed on Route 110 from 2009-11. Eight pedestrians - not including four others who were struck on a portion of the road where pedestrians are not permitted - were killed on Route 27 in that same time frame.
The deadliest road for pedestrians in Suffolk County, according to the study, is Route 25 (Middle Country Road, Jericho Turnpike and Main Road), where 11 pedestrians were killed from 2009-11.
Overall 110 pedestrians were killed on Suffolk County roads in those three years, according to the report. There were 47 such deaths in 2011, up from 34 in 2010 and 29 in 2009.
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing car dependency, used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System to complete the study.
Locally Route 231 didn't make the list of deadliest roads.
See the accompanying PDF file to view the full report.
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