More Countermeasures and Safety Effectiveness Examples

European COVID-Era Pop-Up Bike Lanes Increase Cycling Trips Up to 48%

Source: Streetsblog USA
Reports on a study that finds that European cities that installed pop-up protected bike lanes during the early days of the pandemic increased the number of daily cycling trips between 11% and 48%.
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State Geometric Design Procedures for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation (RRR) Projects Memo

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Offers information for FHWA Divisions when they evaluate RRR procedures proposed by States, suggesting they look for procedures and considerations that would help expand multimodal networks.
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"Shifting Streets" Glossary

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Documents terminology and definitions for "Shifting Streets" interventions types.
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City Leadership in a Pandemic

Source: NACTO
Report captures new playbooks to protect essential workers, adapted streets for safety and mobility, and preparations for an equitable and sustainable recovery.
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Neighborhood Slow Zones

Source: New York City DOT
Describes countermeasures and evaluation used to slow traffic in identified neighborhoods.
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Demonstration of Promising Practices to Increase Proper Bicycle Helmet Use in Middle School Youth

Source: Center for Education and Research in Safety and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Shares behavioral strategies to increase the helmet use of middle school children.
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International Design Guidance

Source: Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
To improve conditions for bicycling and walking in the United States, it is often helpful to consider advancements in nonmotorized transportation from around the world. The PBIC has compiled a listing of international bicycling and walking resources,
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Source: Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Funding for bicycle and pedestrian activities is administered through Government Agencies and Non-government Sources, such as private not-for profit groups and advocacy organizations.
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Application of Pedestrian Crossing Treatments for Streets and Highways

Source: NCHRP
Compiles information on the state of existing practices regarding application of pedestrian crossing improvements, and does not produce new guidance. The report includes a survey of state departments of transportation (
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Improving Pedestrian Safety at Unsignalized Crossings

Source: Transit Cooperative Research Program and National Cooperative Highway Research Program
TCRP Report 112/NCHRP Report 562: Improving Pedestrian Safety at Unsignalized Crossings will be of interest to state, county, and city traffic engineers; transit agencies; roadway designers; and urban planners,
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