Archive for December, 2009

“In the last 15 years, more than 76,000 Americans have been killed while crossing or walking along a street in their community. More than 43,000 Americans – including 3,906 children under 16 – have been killed this decade alone. This is the equivalent of a jumbo jet going down roughly every month, yet it receives nothing like the kind of attention that would surely follow such a disaster.”

This is a sickening thought. As a Civil Engineer I know what goes on behind the scenes during the design of a roadway. Pedestrians and cyclists need to know the facts.


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A brief look at one of the worlds most cycling friendly cities. You can find a nice article on Streetfilms.

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more about “The Streets of Copenhagen“, posted with vodpod

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