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  • The Design Bible That Changed How Americans Bike in Cities

    The Atlantic - 03/01/2018

    But in dense cities, where the speed limit may be 25 miles per hour or less, it would be better to make speeding feel uncomfortable for drivers by striping narrow, 10-foot lanes for cars. Similarly, the Northeastern University professor Peter Furth has pointed out that on roads with medians, the MUTCD doesn’t require pedestrian signals to provide enough time for people to fully cross the street—only enough time to make it to the center median.

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