I got hit by a car / Why this intersection sucks
The intersection of John Nolen Drive and Rimrock Rd in Madison, Wisconsin is awful. What could we do to fix it?
AJ Sadauskas
2 miesiące

@ajsadauskas@lemmy.ml Bad intersection design led to a cyclist being hit by a car at this suburban intersection in Madison, WI.

In this video on @video , @madisonforall pinpoints some of the major design problems with the intersection, why they’re a problem, and how to fix them.


#cycling #Urbanism #UrbanPlanning #Bikes #bicycle #bicycles #transport

Nik P
22 miesiące

@ajsadauskas@aus.social @ajsadauskas@lemmy.ml @video @madisonforall the sign “no turn on red” gets ignored the most! I have had vehicles go around me while I was stopped at an intersection with that sign displayed, so they would turn right on red. The allowance of turning right on red in North America in itself is a deadly law that needs to be stricken from the books. Drivers are becoming more and more careless while their vehicles are getting deadlier.

Madison for All
32 miesiące

@nixbora @ajsadauskas@aus.social @ajsadauskas@lemmy.ml @video @madisonforall@urbanists.video I’m releasing a video with a section discussing this particular problem soon (and solutions), so be sure to follow @madisonforall_channel!

Martin Johnstone
22 miesiące
22 miesiące

My friend got run over in NYC due to this exact fucking law. North America puts cars above humans

Nik P
22 miesiące

@helios absolutely criminal…l so sorry for your friend

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