What’s the safest path to cross this one-way street?

As you can see there are no cross-walk lines to cross this one-way road, but you’re determined to cross it anyway. You can also see a yellow car approaching the stop sign. If you understand the basics of math, you also will realize there’s no time savings as both paths are the same distance from one corner to the other. The yellow car is also driving on a smaller one-way road approaching the stop sign. The car has two options on which way they can go… straight or turn right. The only question for you as the pedestrian is to determine which is the safest path to choose. So which one, A or B? Which path will give you a better chance for you to carry on your day without raising the probability of you getting in a collision?

Register and vote for your answer, and see why one path is the better choice… click HERE.

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Welcome Video Channel Authors


Our goal is to help you make better dash cam videos, and other media forms, through our discussion forum devoted to the topic.  Together, making our roads safer!

Be sure to sign up to our forum and subscribe to all boards and threads as everyone here is a part of this site equally.

Also comment on this post and give us your YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion or other Channel URL and Name so we can add it to the Video Channel Links, if your channel has something to do with road safety.  Example Channels might cover the following areas of interest:

  • Bicycle Cam
  • Vehicle Cam
  • Pedestrian Cam
  • Trailer Safety
  • Vehicle Safety
  • Police, Emergency, Fire Department or other similar.
  • People behaving badly, on the road, sidewalk or other public place.
  • Department of Transportation types of channels;
  • other channels that deal with public safety including messages to children, teens and parents.


A little background about this effort:  Project Road Rush is part of a larger network of public efforts, each designed to help make the world a better place.  Project Road Rush is just one program under the WhatCountsNow.org.  You can learn more about Project Road Rush by reading our About, and learn more about the other programs of WhatCountsNow.org by visiting our parent site.

In order to get all our programs moving in a forward direction, we are asking everyone to subscribe, contribute and signup now.  We are currently working on our non-profit status but want to make sure we have all the pieces in place as our application is being review.  The Not-For-Profit will be issued under WhatCountsNow and will be the oversight of all of our efforts.

All programs are non-political, non-religious, and non-border.  We aim to improve the lives of people around the world.


New ProjectRoadRush FORUM!!  Click Here! and join the conversation.

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Project Road Rush seeks to provide the public with information that will help make the roads safer for everyone.

We will accomplish this by 1) supporting existing dash-cammers with ideas, tutorials and information that will help them broadcast their message more effectively, and 2) publish handouts, posters and other media to encourage general road users the importance of driving professionally. We will reach out to professional drivers first, like the police, fire, rescue, taxi's and car services, utility companies and other who uses the road in a significant and publicly visible way. Then we will focus on parents who essentially set the example of future generations.

Project Road Rush is open to drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians who have the common goal of making our roads safer for everyone.

We will use the forum on this site to help coordinate and spread good ideas.

We will seek to improve the education of all citizens of the world.

While mechanical failure or natural disaster may cause an accident, the rest we consider collisions that are completely preventable.
Project Road Rush is part of the WhatCountsNow.org network. As of January 1, 2014 WhatCountsNow.org is under construction. Please visit the website for updates.

Be sure to check out 'Designed 4 Safety' which seeks to design better roads, vehicles, signage and other components that will make our travels trauma free.

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