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Category Archives: Bicycle Safety
By Emanuella Grinberg CNN May 24, 2012 For the fifth year straight, Washington ranked as the country’s most bicycle-friendly state, thanks to policies designed to create alternatives to driving, according to the League of American Bicyclists. The advocacy group’s Bicycle … Continue reading
The Economist September 3, 2011 Dying while cycling is three to five times more likely in America than in Denmark, Germany or the Netherlands. To understand why, consider the death of Michael Wang. He was pedalling home from work in … Continue reading
By Julie Deardorff Chicago Tribune July 26, 2011 If you want to get more people on their bikes, find a way to appeal to women, one expert says. Chicago’s first protected bike lane on Kinzie Ave., which uses soft plastic … Continue reading
Editorial Chicago Tribune April 4, 2011 If you’ve ever used the word door as a verb, chances are you’re an urban bicyclist. To door (verb) is to open a vehicle’s door (noun) into the path of a moving bicycle, causing … Continue reading
By Jonathan Maus BikePortland.org February 10, 2011 A new study from Dr. Anne Lusk at the Harvard School of Public Health published in the British Medical Journal yesterday came to the conclusion that bicycling in a cycle track — physically … Continue reading
Tucson Velo December 30, 2010 The Tucson Police department was awarded another grant for targeted enforcement of bicycle and pedestrian laws. According to an email from Sergeant Jerry Skeenes, who ran the targeted enforcement that wrapped up in October, they … Continue reading
By Zachary Kussin Cuny Graduate School of Journalism In Collaboration with The New York Times December 3, 2010 It was bicyclist Jasmine Herron’s death after she was hit by an opening car door on the corner of Washington and Atlantic … Continue reading