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  • Safer walking and cycling on kungsträdgårdsgatan

    I ride my bike almost every day on kungsträdgårdsgatan on the way to work. Warmer season it is crowded with bicycles, pedestrians and buses. Accidents and incidents happen and especially at the pedestrian crossing at the subway slowdown. Because it is crowded with buses so experienced that distance is not at all safe to bike on. I would like to invite to come with suggestions/ideas on how this street can become safer for everyone. I also know that the city is planning to do something about this part like this, it is possible to come with input on how it can be made better. Would be more exciting if the proposals being developed on each other's ideas. Since we seen everyone on Openin-meetup.

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    • Have a happy way to work

      One problem is that so many come together in one place. Especially in Stockholm, where there are "WaSP waist" everywhere. < br/> < br/> There is a project which has identified

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    • Mini-Islands mean that pedestrians do not go out on bike path

      Right on the zebra crossing you describe will both bicycles and pedestrians from the intersecting walking/bike path. Time road users usually goes straight into the bike paths

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    • Separate bike paths completely off the road! /Alternativt building on the way to the park!

      Separate bike paths completely off the road! Track bike paths built into the Park instead and was physically clear separated both from road traffic and away from walkways in the

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    • Various for bikes

      One problem may be that many bikes too fast. A solution may be to reduce the tempo mainly on cyclists by setting up various. < br/> < br/>

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    • Traffic mirrors

      Set up traffic mirrors so bikes and pedestrians seeing each other and bus/automotive traffic better.

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  • Secure mobile phone usage in the city

    The number of serious accidents involving pedestrians colliding with lampposts or other hard surfaces in urban areas has increased due to cell phone use. Completely unnecessary may seem but as man becomes more connected also affects our behavior and thus attention how we are moving in the city. Came with ideas how we can solve this so that we don't have to end up in the emergency services at the hospital.

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    • Go max 10 meters

      If you go more than 10 meters with your smart phone so it comes up an alert in your phone as to attract your attention.

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    • Automatic alerts

      Install automatic alerts by using the direct analysis of video from surveillance cameras and warn people who are påväg to collide.

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    • Collision warning

      Use bluetooth to detect if another race with mobile approaches by means of sensing the strength of other bluetooth devices.

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