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This was a really important scheme which takes rat-running traffic off small residential streets. Better air quality, safer streets for children and pedestrian and cyclists. It’s always good to listen but as councillors we need to do the right thing too.
So disappointed to see loud and angry people protesting on behalf of drivers but not speaking up for the majority who do not drive, who walk and cycle and scoot around unsafe streets.
I am also, to choose my words carefully, really extremely disappointed and surprised to see Labour councillors opposing active travel, improved safety and clean air in this way. Sincerely hope that they now plan to discuss benefits with residents and show some bravery.
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At @AASHTOSpeaks Joint Policy Conference of Committee on Design and Council on Active Transportation (I'm a member of that). Flexible design workshop to kick it off. #infrastructure #RoadSafety
Joyce Taylor, Maine DOT Chief Engineerb Over the years people have debated names for different approaches to streets that serve people. Let's call it GOOD DESIGN. #AASHTO #infrastructure #RoadSafety #PeopleStreets #HealthyStreets
Shari Schaftlein, FHWA Office of Human Environment, on context sensitive solutions/design. Case studies/resources #AASHTO #infrastructure #RoadSafety #PeopleStreets
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I find so many great walk/bike/place articles to include in @WSDOT #WSDOTactive Walk and Roll E-News it's getting too long to look at. How many links do YOU want to see in a reading round-up? (Subscribe:…)
After each edition of @WSDOT #WSDOTactive Walk/Roll E-News I take a look at which links were most popular. I'll tweet out last week's top clicks to give you an idea of what you'd see if you subscribed here:…
Top links most recent #WSDOTactive e-news:
1/ Washington Bike Summit… info from @CascadeBicycle #WABikeSummit
2/ Spreadsheet to update w/locations of bicycle #traffic signals in North America…
#bikes #activetransportation
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Have been trying (and failing) to engage Brixton Hill councillors to create #healthystreets. Just reviewing crashes i've seen the aftermath of in the last two years. 1) Overturned car on straight section of 20mph residential street.
More to add to this thread. Still no action to tackle road violence from @BrixtonHillLab councilors. May 2018. Whoever hit this cycle lane sign left some of their vehicle behind.
May 18 - Kings Avenue. Supposedly a 20mph road but 85%ile speed is 30mph and drivers speed away from the lights.
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