Posts tagged with 'traffic accidents'
Mayors play a pivotal role in creating sustainable, livable cities. Photo by Tommy Vohs /Flickr.
On the move: Advancing sustainable transport – getting from here to there
This is the tenth and final post of the “Sustainable Urban Transport On The Move” blog series, exclusive to TheCityFix. Preparation of this series was possible thanks to a grant by Shell Corporation. Its contents are the sole responsibility of ...
TheCityFix Brazil caught up with José Viegas, Secretary General of the International Transport Forum (ITF), for an exclusive interview on reducing traffic deaths after his presentation at the 19th Brazilian Congress of Transport and Traffic held in early October. Photo by Fred Inklaar.
José Viegas, Secretary General of the International Transport Forum, on how to reduce traffic deaths
Traffic figures in Brazilian cities reflect a real civil war – on average, 109 people die every day and about 1,000 are injured in streets throughout the country. Just this past year, more than 40,000 died and 40 billion dollars were ...
Jaywalking. Photo by Gateway Streets.
Pedestrian Infrastructure Essential to Safer Roads Worldwide
  The rapidly growing car culture in Mumbai has led officials and urban planners to compromise pedestrian infrastructure for car-centric and congestion-easing strategies. According to the Times of India, although 44 percent of citizens walk some distance to work, the ...
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Friday Fun: Breaking Bad Habits in New York City
Ron Gabriel, a recent graduate of the School of Visual Arts, created a video showing the bad habits of roads users and numerous near-miss accidents in one of New York City’s many intersections. Part of his master’s thesis, the video is ...
Research Recap, May 2: Safe Cycle Tracks, The Value of Accessibility, Surprising Suburban Transit
Research Recap, May 2: Safe Cycle Tracks, The Value of Accessibility, Surprising Suburban Transit
[/caption] Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Promising Automotive Material A UTS research team developed reproducible samples of grapheme paper, a material ...
Research Recap, May 2: Safe Cycle Tracks, The Value of Accessibility, Surprisingly Active Suburbia
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Safe Cycle Tracks Cycle tracks- physically separated bicycle paths along roads- provide a 28 percent lower ...
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