Ottawa based Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) might not be well known, but they are doing a lot of good work for traffic safety. For example, since May 2016 they are (co-) developing and promoting BikeMaps.org, a tool for safe and accessible bicycling. Now they are looking for participants in a focus group.
The Dutch try to use as few traffic signs as possible. The City of Leeuwarden found another 1000 to throw out.
The Netherlands is behind in meeting climate change goals, but wind parks are being built and road and waterways will operate energy neutral by 2030.
In a province that advertises itself as hi-tech, photo radar is not on the radar. The province needs to see the light. Automate the process please.
Laurier Bike Lane now has four full years and five fall seasons of data. We are taking a look at some of the bike counter data and try to find a trend.
In which Dick van Veen ponders the good and bad of the use of sharrows as ‘infrastructure’