A new study highlights how Black riders are more than 4.5x as likely to die while riding a bike than white ones on a per-mile basis.
Fatality rates per 100 million miles traveled are systemically higher for Black and Hispanic Americans for all modes — and notable higher for vulnerable modes like bicycling and walking.
The analysis found significantly improved safety performance across a variety of measures during periods when asphalt art was installed.
A new study found that installing road murals at intersections can cut down on crashes by a whopping 50%.
BikeWalkKC and Safe Routes to School have released a new publication designed for advocates that want to repeal and modify unsafe, racialized traffic laws.
A three-part series from the Transportation Equity Caucus dives into the history of enforcement, the current landscape and a vision for the future.
The author of “Right of Way” discusses the silent epidemic surrounding pedestrian deaths in the U.S., fixes city planners can implement today, and what’s got her feeling good about the future of active transportation.
As the rate of pedestrian fatalities rises, cities have employed a number of traffic safety initiatives to eliminate injuries and fatalities. We recently wrote about one, which came as a recommendation from the National Transportation Safety Board. Today, we're jumping into
Kate Fillin-Yeh of NACTO shares her analysis in a Vision Zero Cities Journal article.