Running and walking on America's streets has on the whole become safer over the past decade and a half. The number of fatal traffic accidents involving those on foot has fallen as cities have become more pedestrian friendly and many states have taken steps to better keep cars and runners and walkers apart. However, progress has not been even. Florida has a fatality rate per 100,000 residents that is more than four times Nebraska's, even though Florida has been at the forefront of states trying to make their streets safer. Explore our interactive map to see how states differ, and whether your state's safety record is getting better or worse.