Tag Archives: safety

Yes, It’s A Design Problem


Barry Watkins, 01 May 2017 I went down to Palm Bay and made some observations the other day at the scene of the fatal collision where 10 yr old Odyssey Charter School student Ander Grooms was killed while bicycling home … Continue reading

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Amelie Didn’t Have To Die!


Bad #StreetDesign actually caused this girl’s death! http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2015/01/15/verdict-in-wrongful-death-suit-against-driver-who-killed-bicyclist

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More and Less #3


Don’t you think we need more of this…? And maybe less of this? Yeah, the picture above is how we handle bike lanes at turn lanes. Uh-huh…

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Taming Our Most Dangerous Roads #1


Come participate in the conversation about how we can improve Brevard County’s most dangerous roads – A1A and US192. These two roads have the highest rate of pedestrian and bicyclist deaths! Join us on Twitter for the ongoing discussion:¬†http://www.twitter.com/walkablebrevard @walkablebrevard … Continue reading

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Just Another Pedestrian Killed


What if we treated pedestrians and bicyclists fairly and #engineers started fearing lawsuits for creating unsafe conditions for them? http://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2014/12/3/just-another-pedestrian-killed Posted from WordPress for Android

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