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Taras Grescoe Oct 14
*Zero* children have been killed by cars on the streets of , capital of , since 1999. There were no pedestrian/cyclist fatalities, of any age, last year. This is true . cc: More on how they got there: 
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Bill Schultheiss Oct 13
This situation is not ok. Research proves these conditions require a traffic signal for pedestrians to safely cross. What we’re relying upon are gaps in traffic, luck, extreme patience, & perfect human behavior for this to work 7 lanes 40-50mph speeds School children
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Allyn West 17h
TxDOT expects construction on the I-45 widening to be completed around 2030, when the city and county intend for transportation-related deaths and injuries to have been eliminated. No one has explained how a wider freeway is compatible with .
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Leland Nightingale 7h
Anyone in need of a perfect photo for the cover of a documentary on cycling in Toronto?
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D Podolsky Oct 16
Hey is it official policy that revenue generation is more important than cyclist safety? If not, how do you explain your ticket agent officer blocking the bike lane despite plenty of available curb space on a bus-heavy avenue, pictured?
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Victoria Walks Oct 18
Detective, how did Oslo solve road safety and make a reality? Think we might have found a clue...
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G_Penalosa Oct 17
Show this graphic to elected officials & transport staff everywhere and ask: how many people do you want to kill? It is a decision of life or death. They have the magic wand to save lives, disabilities. NOT an issue of engineering; it’s ethical. This is what is about.
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Roads&Transport MPS Oct 17
LX STT and conducting community roadwatch in SW27 this morning. 30 vehicles recorded, with speeds including 40mph and 42mph in a 20mph
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Brent Toderian Oct 16
“For many years, I worked in the advertising industry. The movement could learn a lot from the marketing practices of the auto industry. As we seek to transform streets & drive traffic deaths down to 0, we can take cues from how cars are sold.”
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Brendan Hurley Oct 16
Funny how putting people ahead of rolling metal boxes makes the squishy people less squished.
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Philip Marciniak Oct 17
A life will never be the same again after another crash. 10 police cars, ambulances, and fire to this awful intersection of carnage. can we redesign this deadly mess at quadra and tattersall. Lower speed limits? Cameras? Surely there must is way forward.
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i parked in a bike lane Oct 18
Gerrard blocked - - You driver is blocking the and a driveway at the same time.
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Frank Cowan Company 18h
Did you know the traffic fatality rate in Canada is 5.8 per 100,000 population(2018 WHO report). Learn more on what your municipality can do to eradicate traffic fatalities & serious injuries with . Join us Oct 21 at 10 a.m. ET.
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seattledot Oct 14
We've started construction of 12th Ave S + project! 🚧 12th Ave S down to 1 lane each direction b/w S King St and S Charles St (Golf Dr S). Please use caution & expect delays when traveling in area. Funded by
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Emily Smith 10h
👀🚦🚶 Cool findings from Seattle. I feel validated in my LPI standom.
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Action Committee for Transit🚇 Oct 18
A motorist has life-threatening injuries after a crash at Veirs Mill Rd/586 & Newport Mill Rd. is for people in motor vehicles, too. This is a walk route for Einstein HS and Newport Mill MS.
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Brittany Spinner Oct 14
My son's reaction to the drivers going an average of 50-60mph in a 30mph zone on a residential arterial. Lincoln Street has a large amount of families, the speeds are extremely dangerous to all that live here.
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NYPD 100th Precinct Oct 16
Our Traffic Safety Sergeant Grimm was on Beach 102 Street and the Boardwalk informing the community in regards to bicycle safety. Remember To SLOW DOWN pay attention for other pedestrians and cyclists.
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Greta Knappenberger 16h
Driver safety comes first. Learn how uses telematics to prioritize keeping people safe.
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TPS Traffic Services 20h
Our Enforcement officers are focused on & will be in today. & watch for vulnerable road users or expect to receive a ticket.
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