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"... Although they annoy drivers, traffic calming methods are mostly supposed to protect pedestrians in residential areas. If you’re wondering, many of these fatalities happen in residential areas, as 53 percent of the fatalities registered in an 8-year time frame involved children playing on the street, according to the American Journal of Public Health. And yes, traffic calming is effective, says ITE Traffic Calming: State of the Practice. A study that involved 43 percent..." Continue Reading →
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