Category: Pedestrians

Safe Pedestrian Crossing in Vancouver

Pedestrian Safety on Vancouver Roads

Vancouver has seen a significant decrease in road traffic amid the coronavirus pandemic. Although there are fewer cars on the roads, many people still venture out on foot and on bikes to get exercise and fresh air while observing social distancing. To ensure the safety of pedestrians and make use of existing infrastructure, one city […]

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Who Has The Right-Of-Way – Pedestrians Or Cars?

In the Vancouver 24 News (April 17, 2013) last week, there was an awesome observation by Keri Potipcoe regarding the rights of pedestrians. As she states, technically a pedestrian does have the right of way, but is it common sense to just step off the curb in front of a car? Of course not. But […]

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More Pedestrians Get Killed In Vancouver Than All Other Road Users

The City of Vancouver launched a safety program called: People are Fragile. It is an excellent campaign to raise awareness of the all too common bad behaviours by drivers, cyclists and pedestrians that can have potentially fatal consequences. Even though there have been several safety campaigns launched by the city, police, Preventable.ca and Drop It […]