Friday, April 29, 2011

Perils For Pedestrians 76

--Researchers at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo study the importance of sidewalks to blind senior citizens.
--Changes to an intersection affect pedestrians in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
--Groundwork Providence promotes bicycling to work in Rhode Island's Capital.
--The American Society of Civil Engineers celebrates its 150th anniversary in Washington, DC.
--Tucson, Arizona, is experimenting with a new type of pedestrian signal.
--The Lifesavers Conference holds its 20th anniversary meeting in Orlando, Florida.
--The 10th Congress For The New Urbanism is held in Miami Beach, Florida.
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