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sarah iannarone Sep 12
Nothing. You don't need to know anything about cougar attacks: this event is an anomaly. What you need to know is 22 pedestrians have been killed in traffic already this year, so slow down and pay attention if you're operating a motor vehicle
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Steven Fulop Sep 6
We’re installing a ton of speed humps to calm speeding citywide. This will be on next week’s council agenda. Yes I know font is small to read but you can hopefully zoom in on your phone to see the impact on ur area. This is citywide w/community feedback part of
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Laurel Paget-Seekins 14h
Kids on my street taking matters into their own hands. Including incentives for slowing down, wonder whose budget the 25cents is coming from...
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Transport for London Sep 8
As part of the commitment, the Met police are targeting dangerous drivers across London, with targeted activity focused on high-risk individuals and intelligence-led activity focused on specific areas and times. Drive responsibly.
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Levar M. Stoney Sep 21
Just finished visiting Linwood Hilton ES and received the best letter ever from Mrs. York’s 4th grade class. Additionally, a young 3rd grader told me to put bike lanes on Brook Rd. I concurred. 🚲 🚲
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Megan 5h
Overtaking maneuvers like this really frustrate me. It felt close as hell - probably because I didn't hear the van over the rain - and he gained maybe 1-2 seconds by not just waiting until the upcoming intersection.
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Carlina Rivera 利華娜 Sep 8
We fitted & distributed free bike helmets today & I’m happy to report I biked home sharing the important message of . Thanks to for coming out to Baruch Houses this afternoon!
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Christopher Long 10h
Hey could we get some tickets for parking like this? Not only did they put my family at risk but could you imagine if I was in a wheelchair?
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KJ Sep 6
Oh look at our new safe bike lane! 9th st between 4th/5th ave.
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LoudBicycle Sep 20
You've seen a Loud Mini horn on a mini bicycle, now see it on a giant tandem bicycle! Thanks Henk & Christel for sharing the photo.
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Michael Hodge Sep 5
Every. Single. Day. or zero vision?
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🥑🐱 Sep 22
An entire town wants the speed limit reduced from 100 but NZTA says no. Big culture change will be needed at NZTA for to actually be implemented.
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Alfred Twu for Berkeley City Council District 8 8h
Traffic circle trees: a Berkeley tradition worth saving. Slower speeds are critical for pedestrian safety, while only 1/2 of pedestrians survive a 30mph car crash, 95% survive if speed drops to 20mph.
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Transport for London Sep 7
Dangerous driving has devastating consequences and we’re working with the police to crack down on it. In just two days this week, 15 people were arrested and more than 500 offenders were caught by
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TransAlt Aug 31
Replying to @TransAlt
There is no removing bike lanes in the era of . Protecting New Yorkers should always be more important than car parking.
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Vision Zero Lewisham 58s
Contributing to a environment
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Transport for London Sep 5
An 11 year old girl is in hospital after a collision with a car in Bromley and we hope she makes a full recovery. The driver failed to stop at the scene, which is illegal. We’re working with the police to crack down on dangerous drivers
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marc fowler Sep 7
Keesmaat knows something John Tory doesn't grasp after all these years: we get the streets that we build, and it takes more than a sign on a lectern to reach .
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Darren Davis Sep 10
: Strong message: "it would be unconscionable to stand by and do nothing as more people die. Reducing speeds from 50km/h to 30km/h has a negligible effect... In most cases...seconds – a price I hope Aucklanders are prepared to pay to save lives"
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Anders Swanson Aug 31
If grizzly bears were pegging people off in a city at this rate, we’d have outcry & a rapid response to protect the public. I get it tho; we’re the problem so we look away. But here’s the thing: its a road design issue. All we need is funding, leadership & a plan.
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