Sarasota To Reveal ‘Complete Streets’ Plan
The Florida city will make improvements on two downtown streets to make them safer and more pedestrian-friendly.
Study: Street Murals Can Prevent Crashes
An analysis of asphalt art around the country indicates that painted intersections and roads can dramatically improve pedestrian safety.
Walkability Scores Don’t Tell the Whole Story
A new report concludes that common ‘walkability’ measures don’t account for many barriers faced by pedestrians, such as environmental factors and policing.
Leading Pedestrian Intervals an Effective, Low-Cost, Pedestrian Safety Solution
Bellevue, Washington is acting on the data and giving pedestrians head starts at busy intersections around in the city’s downtown.
Opinion: U.S. Must Prioritize Safety for Non-Drivers
The rise in cyclist and pedestrian deaths in the United States points to preventable failures in road design and regulations.
Las Vegas Arts District To Receive Complete Streets Makeover
The city is promising a safer environment for pedestrians in the Las Vegas Arts District to comply with their complete streets goals.
Vision Zero Is Largely a Failure in the United States. Why?
From NIMBYism to entrenched traffic engineering culture, a variety of complex obstacles have prevented Vision Zero advocates from achieving the movement’s goals in the U.S.
How Japanese Cities Enable Toddlers To Roam Independently
A TV show featuring young Japanese children going on errands on their own highlights the differences between Japanese and American urban design that enable even toddlers to safely navigate big cities.
The Trouble With Slip Lanes
Right-turn lanes can make traffic flow more smoothly, but make roadway conditions more dangerous for pedestrians and other road users on non-motorized vehicles.
Report: U.S. Pedestrians Keep Dying at Higher Rates
Pedestrian deaths rose again in the first half of 2021, according to research from the Governors Highway Safety Administration.
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