Monthly Archives: September 2007

Traffic Tidbits: 20 September 2007

Traffic Congestion in India: American drivers are exceptionally tame and law-abiding compared to some of our brethren in other countries. Transportation Alternatives Advocate for New York Non-Automobiles: Do you live or work in NYC? Do you walk or bike? Then … Continue reading

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Delayed Podcast

I stated several weeks ago that I was going to hold to an every-two-weeks schedule on the podcast. Well, I’m breaking that schedule this week. To make up for it, I’ll do my best to have two podcast out over … Continue reading

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Traffic Tidbits: 17 September 2007

Bicycle vs. Automobile: News about the ongoing conflict between bicycles and larger motorized vehicles, out of San Diego. Increase Safety be Reducing Comfort: A German town has followed the lead of several Netherlands projects by removing traffic signals and stop … Continue reading

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Episode 3 – Clear Zone

Topics: Clear Zone Concept Talking Traffic Episode 3 – Clear Zone Hello and welcome to episode 3 of Talking Traffic for September 3, 2007. My name is Bill Ruhsam, and I run this podcast and its website, talkingtraffic.org. Today’s … Continue reading

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