Comment 37503

By z jones (registered) | Posted January 27, 2010 at 22:45:47

^Atta way to miss the point. Here, let me repeat it for you.

Enforcement might lower the death rate a bit in the short term, but a system that relies on everyone obeying the rules all the time just to avoid killing people is not robust.


If we are serious about eliminating pedestrian deaths and injuries, the maximum speed must kept below 30km/h. Therefore, we need to re-engineer our urban streets to make it difficult or physically impossible to drive at higher speeds.

Simply asking people to drive more slowly, or pay more attention, will never work.

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