A century ago, there were few cars on the road and few accidents. Avoiding collisions was up to each driver’s skill. Roads weren’t marked, there were no stop signs at intersections, no traffic lights and certainly no flyovers.
Today, we know that no matter how much you train drivers, teach them courtesy and respect for weaker road users (like motorcyclists and cyclists,) accidents will happen. We’ve learnt that the best way to reduce accidents is by shaping the roads so (more…)