West Haven Seeks Input For Bike And Pedestrian Plan

Residents can offer ideas on how to make the city a more bike and pedestrian-friendly place. WEST HAVEN, CT —...

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Complete Streets: Here’s how streetscapes, bike lanes and sidewalks can spur major economic development

By Robert Storace Complete streets is a concept that economic development experts have talked about for decades, and it’s an...

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Pedestrian Fatalities Projected to Reach Four-Decade High Across US; CT One of Only 10 States Expected to See Reduction

The national Governors Highway Safety Association annual spotlight report, Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2021 Preliminary Data, offers a comprehensive...

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Pedestrian Fatalities in the US Reach Four-Decade high. See what states had the most.

By Joe Murphy Pedestrian deaths in the U.S. reached a count not seen in 40 years. An estimated 7,485 pedestrians were...

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How Asphalt Art Can Protect Vulnerable Road Users

This article was first published in Streetsblog. Turns out, paint can be protection, at least when it’s done right. Installing asphalt art on roads...

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Walk, Cycle, Ride, Drive: Keeping the Roads Safe For Everyone

Cars! SUVs! Pickup Trucks! That’s how most people get around in Connecticut. But they’re also the cause of a growing...

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OP-ED – Pedestrian and Cycling Fatalities: Our Next Epidemic?

Trinity College student Jillian Hegarty, 20, was struck and killed as she crossed New Britain Avenue at Henry Street in...

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State Police Remind Drivers of Move Over Law After Recent Incidents

(WTNH) – The deaths of two Pennsylvania State Troopers who were struck by a car on I-95 on Monday is...

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Turning Pickup Trucks are 4 Times As Likely to Kill Pedestrians

Pickups and SUVs (officially classed as light truck vehicles or LTVs) have always been problematic because of their poor fuel...

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Pedestrian Deaths are Rising in Connecticut. Here’s What the State is Doing About it

Jesse Robert Pincince allegedly “looked down for a second” to check his phone while driving along North Road in East...

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