The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC), within the University of North Carolina’s Highway Safety Research Center, recently published The Role of Law Enforcement in Supporting Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety: An Idea Book. The document discusses what law enforcement can do to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety. …

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The tech industry is replete with pronouncements that data is the new gold, but data is exponentially more valuable than gold because data can be infinitely recombined, repackaged and resold in perpetuity.  The tech and automotive industry’s insatiable quest for new data streams is costing pedestrians and cyclists their lives. Vehicle manufacturers dream of filling…

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We recommend one camera designed specifically for cycling: the Cycliq Fly6 because it’s a combination of rear facing bright red led lights that can be configured in multiple flashing patterns, and a rear facing camera.  Otherwise, we are camera agnostic.  We accept any video cyclists provide when submitting their near miss incident reports to our…

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On the eve of the 17th annual Ride of Silence this short video documents law enforcement reflexively rejecting cyclists’ harrowing criminal near miss incident reports where cyclists were inches from being run over by speeding multi thousand-pound vehicles.  It also shares our legal precedents for successfully prosecuting criminal near miss incidents that all cyclists can…

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Teaming with the Ride of Silence to end cycling tragedies   The Ride of Silence honors fallen cyclists. Cyclists’ Video Evidence prevents collisions, hopefully ending cycling tragedies.   The 17th annual international Ride of Silence will take place in 23 days, at 373 Locations World Wide, 47 U.S. States, 20 Countries and 7 Continents, with…

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Innovative Austin Ride of Silence and CyclistVideoEvidence Model   The Ride of Silence honors fallen cyclists. Cyclists’ Video Evidence prevents collisions, hopefully ending cycling tragedies.   The Austin, Texas Ride of Silence and www.CyclistVideoEvidence.com have created an innovative model that can be copied by all other Rides of Silence participating in the worldwide ride on…

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