My Stop Sign Survey
by PRR Member: GeorgiaCammer
A few weeks ago I had an assignment for my statistics class where I had to conduct a survey and analyze the data. So naturally I rode my bike, with pencil and clipboard in hand, to a nearby 5 way stop. The goal was to find out how many drivers come to a full stop (that means their wheels stopped turning) at their stop sign...
The look of regret, June 2014, by ProjectRoadRush
It's too late for this man to question his judgement on how he drives, because the child he struck is already dead.
It's not only what he saw when his vehicle impacted this young child who was running for the school bus, but it's also the sound of a vehicle hitting the skin and bones of a child, and the sight of that child flying through the air and over a fence, that will haunt this man forever. And the smell, the time of day which is (was) a beautiful clear blue day with a lite breeze, combined with the sounds of horror and cries of on-lookers, if only he had reconsidered how he drove. The horrible loss for the family and friends will be a constant reminder of what he took.
The time to figure out how to drive, and to understand the massive responsibility drivers have when holding a steering wheel is now - not after.
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PRR Member: joe24chevy
The examples are everywhere, like this person in the photo above… what is this person doing, turning left thru a red light, from a straight only lane, in front of a city bus and other vehicles? ProjectRoadRush is about making positive change happen and not about embarrassing people. Real change through public awareness, to save lives, avoid injuries, protect property. Just by registering on our forum or liking us on Facebook, you are showing your support. We do NOT do email blasts and other spamming techniques, so what are you waiting for? Join the conversation and help us move forward.
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