The idea of slowing top speeds on traffic in the city to reduce accidents and achieve other important systemic benefits would seem like a pretty sensible, straightforward and affordable thing to do. For a lot of reasons. Let’s have a look.
A contribution by the Global Designing Cities Initiative in partnership with the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) in New York, showing how one heavily auto-centric city is in the process of working its way toward a very different life style (painfully and only partially!). We might think of it as one step in the right direction. Let’s have a look.