2017 Pedestrian Safety Recap

2017 was a big year for pedestrians and cyclists in Sudbury. The city installed a bunch of new pedestrian crossovers, initiated a leading pedestrian interval at Kathleen and Notre Dame, and the new active transportation coordinator started getting some serious results as far as infrastructure improvements including new, and improved, cycling infrastructure on Paris Street.… Continue reading 2017 Pedestrian Safety Recap

Making Sense of Sudbury’s Collision Stats (guest post)

Sudbury is a university town, and it’s often called a great place to raise a family, but a recent report says drivers hit people aged 15-24 more often than any other age group in the city. In this guest post Ernst Gerhardt looks at the¬†troubling statistics and critiques the city’s approach to solving this problem.… Continue reading Making Sense of Sudbury’s Collision Stats (guest post)