Saturday, December 10, 2016

These are car costs, just some of them. This is what is reduced when you make buses #farefree

Calgary Herald: "The financial impact of life-altering pedestrian collisions and fatalities in Calgary could be $120 million each year, and possibly higher, according to newly released city figures.  

Calgary’s transportation department recently adopted societal cost estimates from a 2010 report commissioned by the Capital Region Intersection Safety Partnership. 

That study tallied the costs associated with emergency services and medical treatment, legal fees and funerals, travel delay, and productivity lost at work. It also measured the monetary cost of pain, suffering and lost quality of life. "

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