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DRIVE SMART Virginia 6h
According to preliminary numbers, there have been 107 pedestrian fatalities in the Commonwealth so far this year. There were EXACTLY the same number of pedestrian fatalities during the same period last year. We can do better!
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Peter J. O'Brien Dec 9
This stretch of the 101 is one of the most biked roads in San Diego county. They even added a bikeshare lane, but we still have to deal with aggro drivers who hate cyclists and idiots who text while driving.
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McPhersonOil Dec 6
"...But how many good drivers do you notice? How many times have you noticed the truck driver driving safely with respect to those around them? You don’t because they blend into the traffic..."
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melbcity.net.au Dec 10
So you prefer to waste money constructing closed lanes that are not safer costing 10 times more, You could have 10 times more paths BUT you ignorant and foolish ideology prevent you.
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bikecation Dec 10
Please don't use language like "clogging the roads" in reference to cyclists. You should encourage people on to bikes and for people to . Lots of good news hidden in a badly written article. Would you like us to re-write the article for you ?
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Pierce Trips 4h
Share the road -- it's for everyone. Start thinking about who could be crossing the street. When you're about to take a left/right turn, check for walkers and bicyclists first, not cars. Most importantly, do not stop on the crosswalk.
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melbcity.net.au Dec 10
City of Transport plan is flawed They have made the same mistakes as previously and continue to ignore he needs of commuters. Disability groups Motorcyclists Bus and Taxis operators not consulted they just push ahead on their own agenda
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VirginiaDMV 6h
We absolutely can do better, !
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Amanda Dec 12
Chicane - such a great word to say, but a pain to drive through when oncoming traffic straddles the white lines! 😜
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melbcity.net.au Dec 11
We need a multi modal approach. We need more cheaper better located better designed bike paths, We need to consider needs of the disabled, elderly commuters and encourage safer transport for . More path and value for our buck.
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Andrew Mac Dec 11
Cracking down on cyclists is obviously the solution - this driver 👇 is so smart he think he has a solution
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Vida Adams Dec 7
And learn to merge!
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Cassie Ann Hololo Dec 11
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UPROSE Dec 8
Struggling to get into my car because of the brace on my leg & almost get hit by a cyclist with a baby- the story would have been that my leg extended into the bike path ppl & please slow down if riding w babies-remember the disabled have rights too - E
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cyclistobservations Dec 11
have a word with your grey bearded driver here please, a dangerous and pointless manoeuvre.
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Safer Roads Greater Manchester 17h
Smart drivers are aware they must beware. Look out for other road users and make sure they can see you!
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Alizeti Dec 12
Replying to @Alizetibikes
But it is a combination of road safety and , such features to increase visibility, and adequate that will make (e) cycling safer on city streets.
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Loutos Law Group Dec 6
Replying to @TCPalm
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. 🙏🏼It’s getting to be a busy traffic season.
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Jim Jenkins Dec 10
The car did not hit the bicyclist. The driver drove their car into the cyclist. The wording here matters. WPVI-TV: Driver hits cyclist in Lower Moreland Twp..
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Valley Driving School 5h
Snow has arrived to BC! The Coquihalla & Okanagan Connector have both seen snow this past week. ❄️ As more of roads are covered in white it's important to know how to with . 🌨
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