Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has recently installed these around the Sydney CBD – a sticker on top of a pedestrian “beg button” explaining the button must be pressed between 10pm and 6am.
Category Archive: Safety
This is the WalkSydney submission on the Frederick Street pedestrian crossing upgrade. WalkSydney is the peak advocacy group […]
Footpaths Unless there are signs that specifically prohibit them, bicycles may be ridden on the footpath by: Children […]
Observed on Hannam Street near Turrella Station:
Jailing child-killing drivers won’t stop the slaughter. Lower urban speed limits and redesigned streets will.
Pedestrian islands exist at intersections only to maximise the flow of cars. To reduce the number of cars […]
The centennial parklands trust has been widely praised for its trial of traffic-free weekends. It should seize this opportunity to make them permanent and revive the “People’s Park” its founder envisioned.
We asked the following poll on Twitter With less traffic due to Covid19 comes a rise in speeding, […]
Transport for NSW has rolled out traffic-free road changes to support pedestrian safety in the CBD today for […]
Do you think that there is something wrong with this picture? For me, a potential collision is imminent. […]
Reporting issues is a quick and easy way to help your local council look after the community.
Every signal controlled intersection should have protected pedestrian crossings on every side of every street. Yet this is […]
Refugee children, trapped on a small island, trying to get to a better place, are challenged by a […]
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