Published on June 7, 2016
1. Finnish Cyclists’ Federation www.pyoraliitto.fi Traffic Moralism How to identify and overcome Marjut Ollitervo email@example.com
2. Values in city planning 2
3. 3 The goal: sustainable city
4. 4 What is traffic moralism
5. 5 Example: ride through a red light
6. 6 What traffic planning isn’t
7. 7 What traffic planning is
8. 8 How should people behave?
9. 9 How people actually behave?
10. 10 False motives
11. 11 Real motives
12. 12 The question to ask What problem are we trying to solve?
13. 13 The question to ask Keep the goal in mind
14. 14 Example: Photo ID for cyclists
15. 15 Example: Massive fines for cyclists
16. 16 Example: helmet laws and campaigns
17. 17 Why is it bad?
18. 18 How to deal with it
19. 19 How to deal with it
20. 20 How to deal with it
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