Sunday, May 1, 2011

Perils For Pedestrians 72: Austrailia

--We look at crash tests for pedestrians at Adelaide University.
--We meet the inventor of a new type of energy-absorbing bollard.
--Residential speed limits are lowered in the Australian Capital Territory.
--The local bicyclist organization would like to see more speed limits lowered.
--Shared zones keep cars close to walking speed in Melbourne.
--Research demonstrates why lower vehicle speeds are good for pedestrians.
--We chat with the chairman of the Pedestrian Council of Australia in Sydney.
--Automatic traffic counters are used to measure gaps in traffic.
. . . . . . . . "Perils For Pedestrians" can be seen on public access cable channels in 150 cities. Help us get it on the public access channel where you live.

No comments:

Post a Comment