The consequences of pedestrians disobeying the flashing red
The Globe and Mail quoted Kay Teschke, a professor emeritus at UBC’s school of population and public health, in an article about pedestrians’ right of way.
Apr 9, 2019
String of pedestrian deaths in the Lower Mainland prompts calls for more safety measures
The Vancouver Star spoke to Kay Teschke, professor emeritus at UBC’s school of population and public health, about pedestrian deaths in the Lower Mainland. “Clearly distracted driving … and overall speed […]
Apr 4, 2019
#20ReasonsToBike: Because cycling makes our streets safer
A Georgia Straight article mentioned Kay Teschke, a professor emeritus in public health at the UBC, in an article about the benefits of cycling. Teschke said that less than one […]
Nov 19, 2018
Turns out that increasing speed limits didn’t increase highway safety
The Province published an op-ed by John Carsley and Kay Teschke, professors in UBC’s school of population and public health, about the dangers of increased highway speed limits in B.C. […]
Oct 31, 2018
The Dutch Reach: A no-tech way to save bicyclists’ lives
The New York Times mentioned a 2015 study by Kay Teschke, a professor emeritus at UBC’s school of population and public health. Teschke researched car-to-cyclist accidents and found that most […]
Oct 9, 2018
Build bikeways and they will come
Cycling is a fun and healthy way to get to work, combining exercise and the great outdoors with a necessary trip. So what should cities keep in mind when it comes to getting people on their bikes?
Jul 11, 2017
Streetcar tracks increase risk of bike crashes: UBC and Ryerson study
One-third of bike crashes in Toronto’s downtown involved the city’s streetcar tracks, according to a new study out of UBC and Ryerson University that suggests that separated bike routes could reduce risk to cyclists.
Jul 26, 2016