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Sha Samuels Aug 20
Hope you enjoy this weeks rant..... RT if you agree🍻
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NHTSA Aug 15
Before you walk out the door, review the rules about walking safely.
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Tarushikha Aug 20
no footpath near Sarjapur Road! How can we commute ?
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Pedestrian Safety 12h
Today I heard one man’s journey after being hit by a car. The physical and mental effects were costly. Proud of the work from Austin EMS and the HOST program.
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Denton Gripes 17h
FYI, drivers, when light is red, you may turn rt at most corners, but some are marked otherwise. Please note that you MUST stop & make sure it is safe to do so. In particular, watch for and other vulnerable users at night.
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Iain Docherty 24h
Replying to @iaindocherty
This is what it’s like for now as remaining spaces become mechanised by others who think they’re more important’. It is . Nobody changed the law, and nobody demoted in the
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Walkable Edmonton Aug 19
Walking is good for the environment, crime prevention, community-building and the economy. Conversely, the most unhealthy, unsafe, anti-social and costly thing people do routinely is drive.
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Ce'phas Twin Aug 20
Lots of people blame drivers for pedestrian accidents yet I just saw a pedestrian go before the walk sign and almost get hit by a car going through a yellow.... use your brains folks.
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Pedestrian Safety 17h
Whoa! Pedestrians’ injuries from one car crash. Today’s story about one man’s journey from being hit by a car, to homelessness, to rehab and recovery was very empowering.
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Bill 11h
Toronto traffic explained : Never signal, stop, or slow down at red lights or stop signs. : Usually looking at their cell phones, rarely pay attention, or follow any rules. : (always have the right of way) Do whatever the fuck they want.
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Labourstone Aug 14
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Citi I/O Aug 14
Why Cities Are Good For The , According To A City Planner
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theblues 14h
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WalkBikeSafeTx Aug 21
: Be alert for pedestrians & bicyclists as you approach crosswalks & intersections, especially at night. : Be seen, be predictable, be alert.
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Jasmine Daya & Co. 17h
These devastating can often be prevented through proper measures. Learn more:
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MayoRoadsafety Aug 14
If you drive an or hybrid vehicle that doesn't emit a pedestrian warning tone be aware that or may not always be able to hear your vehicle approaching, particularly if you're moving slowly such as in a car park or in a urban area. .
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Jasmine Daya & Co. 17h
Stats show that the number of killed in has steadily been on the rise in recent years. The City of Toronto implemented , a 5 year project to eliminate all , however it's done little to slow the rate of deadly .
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ken Aug 21
So what I assumed from the contact centre it could take a week for someone to come out even those lives are in danger from of vehicles blocking the footpath and forcing pedestrians into traffic?
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Laura N Rojas S Aug 21
Lately, I’ve been feeling very frustrated as a pedestrian. I walk everyday with my toddler and often people riding in cars forget to stop for pedestrians when turning right or left! Wehave the right of way.
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ken Aug 19
The damaged stairs from Cultural Centre bus station inbound platform to museum forecourt is a safety hazard for so why no effort has been made to repair the damage & when in a week Japan repaired a sink hole in a road?
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