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Tag Archives: traffic calming
Motorists To Urban Planners: Stay In Your Lane
By Franklyn Cater NPR July 18, 2012 Cities and cars share a conflicted relationship these days. Environmental concerns, growing traffic congestion and an urban design philosophy that favors foot traffic are driving many cities to try to reduce the number … Continue reading
With a Very Few Exceptions, America is No Place for Cyclists
The Economist September 3, 2011 Dying while cycling is three to five times more likely in America than in Denmark, Germany or the Netherlands. To understand why, consider the death of Michael Wang. He was pedalling home from work in … Continue reading
Posted in Bicycle Safety, Bike Lane Tagged British Department of Transport, Michael Wang, Portland, Seattle, The Economist, traffic calming Leave a comment