Principal Transportation Engineer, Road Safety Mike Smith warns against funding cuts to essential life-saving road elements such as guide posts, signs and delineation in the New Zealand Local Government magazine. Mike says these basics are the answer to lifting motorists' 'blindfolds'.
Suburban Remix: The Next Generation of Urban Places
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WEBINAR RECORDING: The impact of emerging technologies on complete streets
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How planning for autonomous vehicles can help cities improve 3 types of infrastructure
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