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Tori Brown Jun 15
These jerks called my 22yo daughter a “dumb bitch” after she called them out for cutting her off as she cycled along College St Thurs eve. One of them punched her. License plates flipped up, not much police can do to find them.
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Lisa Corriveau 19h
Can we prohibit right turns on red PLEASE? I nearly get hit in crosswalks on a weekly basis by drivers who think that they don't have to *stop* at a red light if they're turning right, much less yield to pedestrians.
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Eric McGoey Jun 14
Drivers, I hear you - you don't want to slow down for bikes. Please, though, slow down for the people on them, the ones going to work, or school, or their brother's school concert. We're not just an obstacle on your commute - we're people.
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jennifer keesmaat 19h
After thinking about it a lot, I’ve realized the hashtag we need is . What we have been calling in this city really...isn’t. All we really need is to implement what already exists. (I’ve never written a rationale for a hashtag before.)
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Jeff Novich 🚴 Jun 21
First ride this AM along this completed leg of the first crosstown protected bike lane in nyc. On 26th heading from 9th to 8th ave. 🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️🙌
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mhoye Jun 19
So, . I'd like to take a moment to tell you about my recent experience with Toronto traffic and .
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Laura Foote Clark 🏙️ Jun 22
There are seven people on bicycles and six people in cars in this photo. What does our infrastructure say about our priorities? ?
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jennifer keesmaat Jun 22
Many things we cannot control or prevent, but a central premise of is that we can prevent death on our city streets. Sweden has managed to cut traffic-related deaths nearly in half. Designing streets with a recognition that people will make mistakes is central.
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Nue Urban Concepts Jun 18
What a difference trees make to softening the built environment and making for a pleasant 🚲 ride along Stetson University in Downtown DeLand (there were more cars, just timed my ride with signal timing to film)
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neville park Jun 16
I feel like some of the opposition is similar to why some are opposed to harm reduction practices. Like, some people just deserve to die, and if you put safety first, these worthless sacks of crap are just gonna be out there, NOT DYING
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Vision Zero Network Jun 21
“Speed management is the most important action in order to save lives,” says Thanks for speaking with us yesterday about in Mexico City!
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Dr. Gutiérrez 🌸 🏳️‍🌈 12h
I made a video about the first avenue detour and how unsafe it truly is. Please RT and make sure other people see it. This is not ok. I deserve to bike safely and get back to my family.
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NYC Pedestrian Jun 21
Replying to @NYCPBA
Congrats! Cops and their friends can now continue to speed through school zones and red lights with no consequences. How many lives is that job perk worth to you?
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Steph Davis Jun 22
Two traffic deaths in Philadelphia today. I'm sick of hearing people scream at each other over how, or why, or who. Employ engineers and designers, build safe roads. The information is out there. This. Is. Preventable. You ran on that . Implement it.
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Peter 'My Favorite Obscure Issue' Kaufman 21h
The ONLY reason for opposition to speed cameras is: 1) they work 2) they are incorruptible (no "courtesy" for cops, wife of cops, brother of cops, state senators).
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Eleanor McMahon Jun 14
Gr8 interview w/ in on Keys to saving lives everywhere: lower speeds; add paint-in high volume intersections-zebra striping visually breaks up the road; separated bike lanes.And well done, pointing fingers won't get us there. Action will.
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Paul Kulig Jun 18
Future multi-use trail at the reconstructed Six Points Interchange. Great to see your designs in the flesh (4 years later)!
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John Jun 20
There 34% few vehicle fatalities in Canada in 2016 (1,898) than in 2005 (2,898) Fatalities for Bicyclists down from 69 to 42 Roads are getting safer. But we can divide these number in 1/2 with investments.
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SharkDancing Jun 18
Replying to @SharkDancing
Wish more would take time to actually learn the basic components of . Finger wagging "education" about behaviour & enforcement are not even on the list. Systematic designs & policies leads to required cultural changes to prevent rd injuries & death. Start there
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Continental Benelux 17h
Belgian Champ shares his insights for a safe cycling trip: as a motorist, make sure to pass cyclists on a straight road and leave a safety distance of at least 1,5 meters. Good luck defending your 🇧🇪 title tomorrow Oliver! 🚴‍♂️🥇🤞🏻
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