Uncanny Valley alert.
Facebook updates aren’t the real issue here. There's something more important at play in the pedestrian-safety problem.
Commuting affects your mental health, your physical health, and even the way you think about other people. And these changes are more profound than you might think.
We know we should walk more, but not all walks are created equally. It turns out where we walk matters.
You Friday night is about to get a whole lot better...
Anything that brings more attention to pedestrians is good for cities – like these whimsical takes on the classic green man at the crossing.
We don't normally think of AR as including sound, but this is augmented reality for the ear.
A programme in Singapore lets seniors swipe a card at an intersection so the signal will give them extra time to cross.
Countdowns do make pedestrians safer. But it turns out that they actually cause more crashes between cars.
Conventional wisdom whispers in your ear that you can get anywhere in your city fastest by jumping in a car. That is probably not true.
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