Three Turning Restrictions Cities Need To Put On Drivers

GOOD IDEAS: Change 3 Driving Rules to Save Lives

Across the country, about 26 percent of fatal car crashes that claim pedestrian lives occur at intersections where walkers are supposed to protected by crosswalks, even if they’re unmarked; for cyclists, the percentage is a whopping 37 percent. Many such crashes happen because drivers fail to perform legal turns safely — and many legal turns are simply dangerous.

Here are three sharable takes from advocates on the turning restrictions they think cities should put in place now — and why.



Our friends at Charleston Moves do amazing work on modality issues in the Lowcountry, particularly in the area of safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. Connect with them and be a part of making Charleston a better and safer place… for everyone.





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