Perils for Pedestrians
TV talk about people who walk
Episodes 41 to 50 of Perils for Pedestrians
All episodes are 28 minutes long. A new episode is released
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- Moving visitors while restricting private cars in Denali National Park, Alaska.
- Problems with speeding and reckless drivers in Moose Pass, Alaska.
- The Alaska center for the Environment in Anchorage.
- Pedestrians with disabilities and winters in Alaska.
- Progress in making downtown Anchorage more pedestrian-friendly.
- A meaningless Don't Walk signal in Anchorage.
- Team Green helps promote walk Nashville Week, including Walk for Active Aging, Walk to School Day and Walk to the Titans Game.
- Preparations for Walk to School Day in Nashville, Tennessee.
- A planner discusses pedestrians and bicycles in Nashville, Tennessee.
- A son discusses the tragic death of his mother in Severna Park, Maryland.
- Bicycle and pedestrian planning in Tucson, Arizona.
- Pedestrian problems at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.
- The Federal Highway Administration has a new course to teach pedestrian design to engineering students.
- The Center for Neighborhood Technology in Chicago is promoting Location Efficient Mortgages for walkable neighborhoods.
- The Congress For The New Urbanism meets in Portland, Oregon.
- Improving pedestrian connections in southwest Portland, Oregon.
- Missing sidewalks and a wheelchair user in Cincinnati, Ohio.
- The peculiar placement of trash dumpsters in Waco, Texas.
- Landmark pedestrian legislation in Maryland.
- The Center For The Visually Impaired in Atlanta, Georgia.
- The Human Powered Transportation course at Princeton University.
- Absurd sidewalk designs.
- Problems for pedestrians in Thorndale, Pennsylvania.
- The American Institute of Architects meets in Philadelphia.
- A traffic engineer discusses pedestrian facilities in Philadelphia.
- Building pedestrian crash test dummies in Boonesboro, Maryland.
- The National Youth Bike summit in Washington,D.C.
- Walking home from the commuter rail station in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
- The school system does more to protect its buildings than its students in Bethesda, Maryland.
- The FunWalk for Science in Pensacola, Florida.
- School location and walking to school in South Carolina.
- Home Zones in the United Kingdom.
- The Pedestrian Council of Australia.
- John Adams at University College London on hypermobility.
- Simple solutions to common problems.
Episode 44: London, England
- An international pedestrian conference in London, England.
- The Pedestrians Association in the United Kingdom.
- A demonstration for lower traffic speeds in London, England.
- Safe Routes to School in the United Kingdom.
- International Walk Our Children to School Day.
- Urban design, public spaces, and pedestrians.
- Substandard snow removal in Montgomery County, Maryland.
- A wheelchair user struggles with snow in Bethesda, Maryland.
- A Bicycle-Pedestrian Information Symposium in Annapolis, Maryland.
- Pedestrian access to transit in Maryland.
- Transportation Demand Management.
- Walk San Francisco advocates in the City by the Bay.
- A San Francisco, California, traffic engineer discusses pedestrian planning by the City.
- A professor at Berkeley, California looks at urban design and pedestrians.
- A grass roots group in Boston, Massachusetts wants to save the Old Northern Avenue Bridge.
- Madison, Wisconsin has a pedestrian transportation plan.
- The 100th anniversary of the first pedestrian fatality in North America.
- A comprehensive report on pedestrian deaths in New York City.
- Advocacy by PODER in Austin, Texas.
- Pedestrian challenges along Brentwood Boulevard in Saint Louis, Missouri.