Traffic Signals that Work for All Pedestrians!
Seattle City Council is considering a resolution to ask Seattle Department of Transportation to create a traffic signals policy that would prioritize pedestrians. Hear Carol explain why this matters, and how slower crossing speeds help pedestrians of all ages and abilities navigate intersections safely.
Diagram in the video based on research from “Safe Routes for Older Adults.“
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