A study by the University of British Columbia, published on October 18, 2012 in theAmerican Journal of Public Health, reveals that certain types of routes carry a much lower risk of injury for cyclists.
The routes with the lowest risk to cyclists include bike lanes on major streets without parked cars, residential street bike routes, off-street bike paths and separated bike lanes.
How much safer are these routes?
Read the full post: “UBC Study – Bicycle Infrastructure Can Reduce Risk of Injury by Half” on Momentum Magazine.
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