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Brazil's bike-friendly beachfront city Fortaleza wins major transport award
by Gregory Scruggs
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
28 June 2018
On 28 June 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Brazil's coastal city Fortaleza won an international award on Thursday (28 June) for cutting traffic deaths and making major investments in bus and cycle lanes despite a biting recession. Brazil's fifth-largest city received the award from the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, a New York-based think tank, for making it safer to walk, drive, and ride bikes in a time of budget constraints.
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... South America's largest economy is slowly recovering from the deepest recession in decades ...
Traffic deaths fell by a third in three years to about 10 per 100,000 people in 2017 because of reduced speed limits, narrowed roads, elevated pedestrian crossings, and campaigns to encourage motorcycle drivers to wear helmets, it said.
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