It’s slower traffic, not wider roads that saves lives

Pedestrian versus car accidents are on the increase and the culprit is challenging a long-held engineering and design mindset. Wider roads — a design concept delivered into our neighborhoods under the guise of safety —  send signals to drivers that it’s OK to speed up, but they make life miserable for bikers and pedestrians. When there is a conflict, the car wins. Get the full story from Wired.

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Aarian Marshall, WIRED


Josh Wolsky

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