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New York City’s subway train operators taking unilateral action to prevent fatalities at stations

By Bill Holloway Following two widely publicized incidents of waiting passengers being pushed into the path of oncoming subway trains, the Transit Workers Union has directed its subway train operators to slow trains to 10 mph when entering station areas to enable them to stop if riders are on the

What can bikes do during an emergency?

In Your Bike – the coolest part of your disaster kit, a San Francisco bicyclist reports on bicycle usefulness after natural disasters, including recently in Japan: “Having a bike available as a secondary or even main form of transport will get you more places. Weeks later, more bikes are