by Angie Schmitt
This diagram shows that as bike infrastructure becomes progressively more separate from vehicular traffic, the risk of injury generally declines, while the appeal of the route to cyclists tends to increase. Image: I Bike TO
A study by researchers at the University of British Columbia provides compelling new evidence that bike infrastructure makes cyclists safer — a lot safer.
Dedicated bike lanes reduce injuries and make routes more appealing to cyclists?
Shock and awe!