Sometimes a meme is so good, you just have to share it. This one reveals in two simple photos the difference between a street designated 20 mph and one designed to be safe.
We can't regulate our way to safety. We must design our streets to be safe.
This meme was created by Wes Craiglow, Deputy Director of Planning and Development for the City of Conway, AR, and shared with us by the "Transportation Psychologist," our friend, Bryan Jones. He is one of a new brand of engineers who gets how the world needs to change and is working to make it happen.
In this hard-hitting four-part series, we examine the root cause of America's dangerously designed roads, which take tens of thousands of lives every year.
In Portland, Maine, an urban highway has long divided the downtown from nearby neighborhoods in a dangerous manner. Local activists hope to change that.
The consequence for minor lapses in judgment shouldn’t be death.