Road Guardian Website Launches to Report Cycling Incidents Globally

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From the folks that brought you the “3 Feet Please” jerseys, which promotes (though not linked to) the “3 Feet 2 Pass” campaign, which seems to have some momentum (read this and this), comes a new website that allows cyclists to report, mark and share cycling incidents and trouble spots.

Using Google Maps, the site allows riders to mark the location of the three events Road Guardian co-founder Joe Mizereck says matter: Close calls, collisions and deaths.  It’s free to use, and anyone can visit the site and create a report that marks the location and details.

The hope is that by creating a worldwide system of reporting, riders can learn of danger spots and, more importantly, identify recurring trouble spots that may aid city engineers and traffic planners in future street building plans.  Check it out at RoadGuardian.com.

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