Forbes has published its list of America’s safest cities, which should bump traffic in Seattle, Portland, Boston, Madison, and Milkwaukee, the highest five ranked cities in the list. Of course that’s fine and dandy till the full list reveals that Detroit ranks number 12, just under the Denver area. Why? While violent crime scores are maxed out, they’re lucky enough to have low workplace and traffic fatalities, along with moderate occurrences of natural disasters. So although you might get stabbed in the face during an armed robbery, you can rest assure your chances of bleeding to death in your job at the deli or getting swallowed by a tornado isn’t quite as likely to happen. This is great news for politicians in Detroit looking for ways to encourage people to invest in an utterly dead real estate market, something that made headlines earlier this week.