Last year Central Florida was named the most dangerous place in the country for pedestrians, based on the number of deaths. That wasn’t news to people who depend each day on buses, bicycles or their own two feet. And it wasn’t a surprise to police officers and emergency-room docs. They deal with the bloody chaos on our streets every day. But when Transportation for America, a safety-advocacy group, labeled Central Florida the worst place to walk in the entire country, more people started to pay attention. Nobody likes to be called the worst of anything. Just ask the Disney studio boss who quit over “John Carter.” And it’s especially demoralizing when your deficiency is causing deaths that could be prevented.