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Robert Schneider

Robert Schneider, professor and traffic safety researcher in the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Department of Urban Planning.

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City Hall: Committee Okays Complete Streets Policy
City Hall

Committee Okays Complete Streets Policy

Proposal on street design places pedestrians and cyclists on same level as motorists

Streetsblog: Most Drivers Don’t Yield to Pedestrians
Streetsblog

Most Drivers Don’t Yield to Pedestrians

UWM study finds just 16% of Milwaukee drivers yielded right of way at unmarked intersections.

Minorities Suffer More Pedestrian Deaths

Minorities Suffer More Pedestrian Deaths

City’s streets wider, more dangerous in low-income neighborhoods.

Streetsblog: Which Cities Are Dangerous for Walking?
Streetsblog

Which Cities Are Dangerous for Walking?

UWM study finds worst cities are five times more dangerous for pedestrians.

Study indicates public investment pays off in pedestrian, bicyclist safety
Press Release

Study indicates public investment pays off in pedestrian, bicyclist safety

The findings suggest an important connection between walk-friendly and bicycle-friendly communities and safety.

Experts Say County Wheel Tax Needed

Experts Say County Wheel Tax Needed

14% of residents have no car, need transit system the tax would fund.

County Plans for Bus Rapid Transit

County Plans for Bus Rapid Transit

BRT line would connect Downtown and Medical College, federal funds will be sought.

It should be safe to walk, right?
Press Release

It should be safe to walk, right?

An increase in the number of people killed while walking on Wisconsin roads has the state set to surpass the 2013 total.