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Traffic engineers build roads that invite crashes because they rely on outdated research and faulty data

By Wesley Marshall, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado Denver
A traffic engineer argues that, contrary to his profession’s view, ‘human error’ is not the main cause of deaths in car crashes in the US.The Conversation

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