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Ballpark Method for Estimating Pedestrian and Bicyclist Exposure in Seattle, Washington
The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act emphasized the use of data and performance measurement to track progress toward its transportation policy and safety goals. As U.S. cities andExpand
Pedestrian Safety Practitioners' Perspectives of Driver Yielding Behavior across North America
This paper presents results from a recent Internet survey of practitioners in the pedestrian safety field about their perceptions of driver yielding behavior in cities throughout North America. AsExpand
Evaluation of the Safe Routes to Transit Program in California
This paper elaborates on findings from an evaluation of the San Francisco Bay Area's Safe Routes to Transit (SR2T) program in California. This program funded enhancements to increase walking andExpand
The Effects of Transportation Corridor Features on Driver and Pedestrian Behavior and on Community Vitality
Complete Streets elements such as enhanced pedestrian crossings and bicycle facilities influence a transportation corridor's safety, mobility and economic vitality. A framework of performanceExpand
We All Want the Same Thing Results from a Roadway Design Survey of Pedestrians, Drivers, Bicyclists, and Transit Users in the Bay Area
Pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers, and public transit users all desire similar roadway design features, at least according to findings from a recent intercept survey of 537 people along a majorExpand
Streetfight: handbook for an urban revolution
from rural area. A growing population in cities will present a major test for their existing transportation systems and pressure local authorities to come up with effective measures to accommodateExpand
Pedestrian Safety Improvement Program
STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TECHNICAL REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE TR0003 (REV 10/98) 1. REPORT NUMBER ADA Notice For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document isExpand
The Effects of Transportation Corridors' Roadside Design Features on User Behavior and Safety, and Their Contributions to Health, Environmental Quality, and Community Economic Vitality: a Literature
This literature review is the culmination of the first phase of a research study directed at reviewing, analyzing, and quantifying the impacts of transportation corridors’ design features on userExpand
NZSSES Conference 2008 “ Blueprints for Sustainable Infrastructure ”
The failure of the aid dollar to effect lasting, tangible change is well known. While the failure to meet sustainability targets in New Zealand translates most often to negative environmentalExpand
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