Traffic Quotes --working on a story and need a good quote? Here you go.

Unlike people in cars, people outside of cars don't have seat belts or air bags to protect them.--Harris Silver

Since 78% of all pedestrians that are hit, are struck in crosswalks,. jay walking is the only safe way to cross a street in New York City--Harris Silver

New York City is not crowded with people, it is crowded with automobiles--Harris Silver

Statistics are like a bikini: what they reveal is suggestive, what they conceal is vital.--Aaron Levenstein

Boston, then the hub of American culture, demanded a doctor's prescription before it would permit a person to bathe. I tell you this in order to remind you that the world has not always been as you see it today. --Harry Cranick

Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex and more violent. It takes a touch of genius and a lot courage to move in the opposite direction. --Albert Einstein

We invest in highways but we subsidize transit. --Asphalt Nation

One death is a tragedy a million deaths are a statistic.-- Stalin

Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has. - Margaret Mead, (1901-78)

I know a fellow who insists that modern North Americans are no longer wholly biological creatures. Rather they have become part-automobile cyborgs he calls "vroomans." Some days, the idea doesn't sound so crazy. --Post from Pednet

The US has about 4.5 times the population of the UK, but 10 times the highway fatalities. -Doug Salzmann

Like locusts eating the fields, so do cars take possession of our streets and squares.--W. Forst.

Everyone knows cars are ruining the world, yet you canıt really be effective by standing on a street corner preaching. People are simple; change their environment, their behavior will change. --George Bliss

Boston, then the hub of American culture, demanded a doctorıs prescription before it would permit a person to bathe. I tell you this in order to remind you that the world has not always been as you see it today. --Harry Cranick