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Roads are fast turning into pedestrian plazas in the famed Manhattan intersection, according to the Times Square Alliance.
Awards worth US$20,000 will go to Indonesians ages 18 to 35, according to the New Cities Foundation, a cosponsor.
After years of giving priority to drivers, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is emphasizing pedestrian safety at intersections, according to The New York Times Magazine.
The National Association of City Transportation Officials plans to issue a “global street design guide” in 2016 that features tips for developing cities, Streetsblog USA reports.
Bloomberg Philanthropies announced a $125 million competition to promote road safety in developing cities and countries.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s blueprint for safer roads is inspired by traffic calming designs adopted by Stockholm, the New York Times reports.
A dramatic rise in ownership of motor vehicles in India is contributing to dangerous air pollution and sedentary lifestyles, The City Fix reports.