Perils for Pedestrians
TV talk about people who walk
Episodes 91 to 100 of Perils for Pedestrians
All episodes are 28 minutes long. A new episode is released
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- The Active Living Partnership in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
- Evaluating bicycle facilities in Arlington, Virginia.
- The Guide to Community Preventive Services.
- The annual meeting of the American Public Health Association.
- Walk to School Day in Bethesda, MD.
- Pedestrian access to a Dairy Queen in Ralston, Nebraska.
Episode 99: Seattle, Washington
- We meet the chair of Seattle's Pedestrian Advisory Board.
- A former chair discusses how to encourage walking.
- A civil engineer talks about what pedestrians need.
- The Active Living Partnership in Seattle.
- Measuring Pedestrian Level of Service in Fort Collins, Colorado.
- The Active Living Partnership in Denver, Colorado.
- The developer of the Stapleton Airport site values walkability.
- Victoria, British Columbia, hosts the ProWalk/Probike conference.
- Cobblestones form tripping hazards for senior citizens.
- The Public Clock Walk in Seattle, Washington.
- The Active Living partnership in Orlando, Florida.
- Improvements to Highway 19 in Pinellas County, Florida.
- Greenville, South Carolina, has won awards for their pedestrian improvements.
- Walkable Community workshops.
- An obstacle course for wheelchairs and blind pedestrians educates engineers at the Nordic Roads Conference in Copenhagen.
- The rollator, a four-wheeled walker with a basket and a seat, is widely used by elderly pedestrians in Sweden.
- A bicycle tunnel in Malmo, Sweden, is built wide and bright to attract users.
- ARTISTS is a study of Arterial Streets by a coalition in Europe.
- Delaware Greenways promotes trails and greenspace.
Episode 95: Zurich, Switzerland
- The sixth Walk 21 conference.
- Swiss bicycling.
- Pedestrian advocacy in Switzerland.
Episode 94: Europe
- The design for a roundabout in Malmo, Sweden.
- The status of bicycles in Copenhagen, Denmark.
- An engineer from Spain discusses transportation in Europe and America.
- Crosswalk improvements are planned in Salem, Oregon.
- The NIEHS conference on Obesity and the Built Environment meets in Washington, DC.
- The American Planning Association meets in Washington, DC.
- The Society for Photographic Education brings a pedestrian advocate to its conference in Newport, RI.
- A consultant from the United Kingdom discusses the nature of safety.
- The Fourth National Bike Summit meets in Washington, DC.
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has a new Active Living by Design program.
- The City Repair Project works at the community level in Portland, Oregon.
- The rideshare program helps commuters in Salem, Oregon.
- The former Salem Mayor discusses the failure to finance SCAMP - the Sidewalk Construction And Maintenance Program.
- Salem, Oregon, has improved pedestrian facilities next to a railroad.
- In Columbia, South Carolina, a new pedestrian bridge reunites a community divided by a highway.
- Rockville, Maryland, uses new tools to analyze the pedestrian environment.
- The third New Partners For Smart Growth Conference meets in Portland, Oregon.
- A local resident is concerned about pedestrians in South Nyack, New York.