Contrary to lawless cyclist mythos, a study finds that nearly all cyclists in four Oregon cities stop for red lights.
Meanwhile, according to Michael Andersen at Bike Portland, unrelated research suggests that “speeding in a car on local streets is at least six times more common than running a red light on a bike.”
ELSEWHERE: Oregon Study Finds 94 Percent of Cyclists Stop at Red Lights
June 30, 2014 by
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