We should remove road space
after we have got the public transport, like the Metro, in place.
CRRI sends proposal and observations to PWD regarding Delhi's 128 accident- prone spots Slow- moving vehicles share same road space
as fast- moving vehicles Lack of appropriate measures implemented to tackle over speeding Insufficient pedestrianfriendly provisions such as footpaths or zebra crossings Vehicles parked illegally on roadside block commuters' view and increase probabilities of road accidents Non- adherence to lane discipline Trees, which obstruct riders' view, are not trimmed regularly Lack of solar road studs or raised pavement markings Lack of strict measures against illegal parking CRRI'S OBSERVATIONS ON ACCIDENTS Road accidents account for about five deaths every day.
Councillor Graham Hinchey, cabinet member for transport, said: "The problem with narrower cycle lanes is that they tend to give the impression to drivers that cyclists only require a very small amount of road space
One expert said the city would have to be rebuilt in a Los Angeles skyscraper style to create enough road space
to meet the demands of traffic's increasing volume.
Decisions about expanding freeways and parking supply, or instead re-allocating resources and road space
to transit, cycling, and walking, are primarily societal decisions.
Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly said: "If we do nothing we'll be managing road space
in the worst way - by gridlock.
However, a staggering 87% of drivers polled would not be prepared to tolerate the use of the extra road space
as High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) or car share lanes which are being trialled in Birmingham from next week, and on the first motorway in Yorkshire in spring 2008.
And the movie is a terrific travelogue of Turkey past, present and combined, from sophisticated urban bistros and bookshops to towns where cattle and SUVs compete for road space
High-speed cruising on the German autobahns will have you confidently sharing road space
with any of the flashier Teutonic tourers on a mission.
is limited when plowed snow accumulates, and cars have decreased visibility with less daylight and frosted or foggy windows.
The ABD says the lanes are empty most of the time, and the constricted road space
often serves to hold up even the buses.
The Flushing property consists of 165,000 square-feet on four levels, while the Fordham Road space
is 290,000 square-feet on six levels.