Category Archives: Pedestrian Safety

Why Every Bike Needs a Bell

By Chris Tackett TreeHugger August 9, 2013 … The need for a basket or panniers, a nicer seat, or even a helmet are, in my opinion, all up for debate on whether they are necessary, but I think there’s no debate … Continue reading

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Fatal Traverse City Hit-and-Run Crash Elevates Push to Make Road Safety Improvements

By Kyle Moroney MLive July 18, 2013 A push to make streets in Traverse City more pedestrian and cyclist friendly is getting more attention following the crash earlier this month that killed 29-year-old Kelly Hurlbert. Since last July, Traverse City planning … Continue reading

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Mannequins Help Kick Off Pedestrian Safety Blitz

By John Hilkevitch The Chicago Tribune October 26, 2011 32 figures on Wacker represent pedestrians killed last year in city crashes Chicago officials appear willing to try whatever tricks it may take to eliminate pedestrian deaths — even as they … Continue reading

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