A new Australian study suggests that for some drivers, the answer is “no.”
Bicycling bliss is vulnerable. So much depends on maintaining peace with the automobiles swirling the streets, deadly as sharks.
Here in Minnesota, bicycling appears to be getting safer even as the number of riders increases.
I want it to be normal for mothers to pick their children up from Parks and Recreation day camps on a bike, especially when that ride is only about five miles and it is a sunny summer day.
Heavy trucks make up a fraction of the vehicles on the road, but they are involved in a disproportionate share of accidents that kill bicyclists and pedestrians.
The updated bike plan for the county will be discussed May 7 at Minnetonka Community Center and May 8 at Minneapolis Central Library.
A science writer’s explorations in Canadian and European cities finds that safety improves as the total number of cyclists increases.