Bike lanes might be more dangerous than no lanes at all

Supported by Keeping cyclists safe on the road is going to take more than painted bike lanes. That’s the main finding from new research out of Melbourne’s Monash University this week, and a finding that aligns with what many cyclists have experienced out on the road. The paper, published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention, looks … The post Bike lanes might be more dangerous than no lanes at all appeared first on CyclingTips .

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