A little off topic but this is the list of the 10 most dangerous cities for pedestrians according to an ABC news article:
The Worst Cities for Pedestrians
1. Orlando/Kissimmee, Florida
2. Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Florida
3. Jacksonville, Florida
4. Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Pompano, Florida
5. Riverside/San Bernardino/Ontario, California
6. Las Vegas/Paradise, Nevada
7. Memphis, Tennessee
8. Phoenix/Mesa/Scottsdale, Arizona
9. Houston/Sugar Land/Baytown, Texas
10. Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington, Texas
Here's an example of some sidewalk running next to US-23,a pretty major route through the city of Jacksonville:
If you look on Google, sidewalk runs right along the road from US-1 to I-95. Not only that the pedestrians get to navigate a few lamp posts in the middle of the sidewalk while walking down the street.
EDIT: Ok, this is more on topic then i first thought. Take a look at the new overpass design at US 19 & 118th. Notice how the sidewalk runs right next to the road? I know ROW is a bitch to acquire but this road is notorious for pedestrian fatalities. It would have been nice to see at least a 10-15 foot buffer between the sidewalk and the edge line of the road.