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    Slow speeds = great streets scott bricker Slow speeds = great streets scott bricker Presentation Transcript

    • Making America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Speed Reduction Scott Bricker, MURP Executive Director 503.757.8342 sbricker@americawalks.org
    • Slow Speeds = Great StreetsMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 People prefer low volume / low speed streets
    • Slow Speeds = Great StreetsMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 People prefer low volume / low speed streets
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets Oregon: -HB 3150: Law permits 20 mph on streets < 2,000 cars/day - 2013 LC 1407: 20 MPH on all neighborhood streets
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets Speed Engineering Innovations: -New Jersey DOT - Pennsylvania DOT - Vermont Agency of Transportation
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets 30 MPH  20 MPH
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets CA AB 321: Allows 15 MPH School Districts
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Columbia, Missouri
    • Communities Taking ActionMaking America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Passing Polices / Designing Streets
    • Communities Taking ActionRecent British Journal of Medicine:20 MPH Zones associated with:• 42% decrease in all crash activity• 46% decrease in serious injury &fatal crashes• 62% decrease in serious crashes formotor vehicle occupants Effect of 20 mph traffic speed zones on road injuries in London, 1986-2006: controlled interrupted time series analysis Cite: BMJ 2009;339:b4469
    • Communities Taking Action England -105 Campaigns Speed Reduction - 7 million people living in towns w/Total 20 mph
    • Making America A Great Place To Walk! © Mark Garbowski 2009-2011 Speed Reduction Scott Bricker, MURP Executive Director 503.757.8342 sbricker@americawalks.org