Surviving our sidewalks: Pedestrian rage rises as population grows

A crowd from King Street Station waits to cross Fourth Avenue South from the Weller Street Bridge during the morning commute. (Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times)
A crowd from King Street Station waits to cross Fourth Avenue South from the Weller Street Bridge during the morning commute. (Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times)

Instead of “After you. No, after you,” we have “Screw you!” as we walk by people who can’t see beyond their electronics. Got sidewalk rage? Take the quiz.