Posts tagged with 'traffic signals'
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Friday Fun: Changing the way we think about urban design for our aging population
Friday Fun: Changing the way we think about urban design for our aging population
An elderly couple crosses the street hand in hand. Photo by garryknight. Inspired by the article The Next Big Infrastructure Crisis? Age-Proofing Our Streets from The Atlantic Cities Think back to the last time you helped an elderly person cross ...
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"Griller le feu rouge!" Photo by Vladimir Zlokazov.
Paris to Allow Cyclists to Run Red Lights
Councilors in Paris, France approved a new rule that would allow bicyclists to run red lights. A result of a three-year campaign by cyclists’ associations, the rule comes after road safety experts deemed it a good measure to cut road ...
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Barring unforeseen legal obstacles, construction for a 20-mile, Honolulu, Hawaii light rail system will begin in March after nearly four decades of planning. Photo by Jeffrey Woldan.
TheCityFix Picks, January 6: Transforming Transportation, Hawaiian Light Rail, Intelligent Intersections
Welcome back to TheCityFix Picks, our series highlighting the newsy and noteworthy of the past week. Each Friday, we’ll run down the headlines falling under TheCityFix’s five themes: integrated transport, urban development and accessibility, air quality and climate change, health and ...
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Guadalajara Bike Lane. Photo by ITDP
Symbolism in the Transit World: Helping You Find Your Way
When you’re commuting in an unfamiliar place or using different modes of transit, what do you look for? And what sorts of symbols do transit agencies use to help commuters get where they have to go? Two key visual methods—representational ...
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A Hans Monderman-designed streetscape in Drachten, Holland sans traffic lights, road signs and lane markers. Photo by Jerry Michalski.
“Naked Streets” Without Traffic Lights Improve Flow and Safety
Portishead is a coastal town in England about 120 miles west of London. The town of 22,000 people experimented with turning its traffic lights off on a major road in September 2009. Despite the traffic chaos, the streets still seemed ...
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"Naked Streets" Without Traffic Lights Improve Flow and Safety
Portishead is a coastal town in England about 120 miles west of London. The town of 22,000 people experimented with turning its traffic lights off on a major road in September 2009. Despite the traffic chaos, the streets still seemed ...
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