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2 February 2017
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Broadcast TV News
After chasing street light wire thieves who have left Tulsa streets in the dark, city officials look to Salt Lake City, who solved their city's stealing problems by investing in their infrastructure. SLC officials rep...
25 July 2016
Under 800 Words
Substitutes for city parking requirements are becoming increasingly popular throughout the United States. Rather than using off-street parking, many housing developers now provide residents with alternatives that prom...
3 April 2016
Cambridge, United Kingdom
How can traffic efficiency be improved? A Cambridge-based tech firm is pioneering apps that let drivers quickly find available parking spaces (helping save fuel by preventing them from circling the block while they lo...
Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar
30 March 2016
According to new Indian laws, if a Good Samaritan helps a road accident victim they should expect to be treated with respect by hospitals, the courts and the police.
1 January 2016
New York, New York, United States
A second year of decline demonstrates that a project to reduce traffic fatalities works, said a safety advocate, who called on the mayor to expand the effort, termed Vision Zero, which lowers speed limits and raises e...
9 November 2015
Mexico City, Mexico
Clogged with traffic, crippled by poor infrastructure – the capital is notoriously hard to navigate on foot. Enter Peatónito, the activist fighting for safer streets.
12 May 2014
The rate of roadway deaths in Sweden is at an international low due to an approach called Vision Zero. Now the country’s approach faces perhaps its stiffest test: the streets of New York City.
13 June 2013
Under 800 Words
Bogotá has become a danger for pedestrians. Cars have the right of the way and it is up to pedestrians to stay alert and safe. Now, citizens are using paint on sidewalks and roads to draw attention to dangers such as ...
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