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Answering this call, NACTO’s guidance, based on best practices from a wide diversity of municipalities across North America, gives practitioners the specific methods—at the level of an entire city or a single street—needed to set safe speed limits on streets.What does NACTO do?
Urban Urban Bikeway Design Guide ikeway Design Guide 4/26/2011Presented byTrevor Booz National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Founded in 1996 Exchange of transportation ideas, insights, and practices among large central cities Sees city transportation departments as partners in regional and national effortsWhat's new in the NACTO urban bikeway design guide?
Since the publication of the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide, NACTO has released additional guidance on facility selection where goals include high-comfort or all-ages bicycling. Speed Management measures for bicycle boulevards bring motor vehicle speeds closer to those of bicyclists.What is NACTO doing to make streets safer?
NACTO continues to be a leader in urban street design and forges the way for many cities like us to create safer streets and move closer to realizing zero fatalities.” “As vehicle speeds increase above 15 mph, crashes quickly get deadly. If you’re hit by a car at 15 mph, you’ll likely recover.