Following our post earlier this month, How to measure risk and improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians, we got some questions about how this analysis might apply in other large cities with Vision Zero programs.
The red hexagons indicate areas where more than 1 in 1,000 intersection crossings resulted in a collision in 2018. Priority Bicycle Districts are neighborhoods “with comparatively high numbers of cyclist KSI (Killed or Seriously Injured)…
Ridership data is an important complement to Vision Zero models and high injury network analysis. We should start using it.
It’s a dangerous time to be on a bike in the U.S.
Despite a generally improving policy environment, political will and cycling facilities across U.S. cities, cyclists remain vulnerable road users: while motorist fatalities decreased in 2018, cyclist fatalities increased 10%.
The causes of these disturbing trends vary across geographies, but what most stakeholders can agree on is that interventions to improve safety need a way to identify and prioritize the areas where changes would generate the greatest improvement in…
Mode shift is a policy super weapon. Partnerships @Strava, previously @Lyft