Tuesday, November 06, 2012

infrastructure saves lives

Here's an article from the European Cyclists' Foundation. Actually, it's an interview with an author of a study published in the "American Journal of Public Health." The opening line on the ECF Website is: If you need more evidence that infrastructure saves lives, then look no further. New research from the American Journal of Public Health shows that dedicated bike lanes can cut injuries by half. ECF had a few questions to ask the brains behind the study, Professor Kay Teschke. http://www.ecf.com/news/want-safer-cycling-think-infrastructure/ Enjoy reading this interview! Mark E. Martin

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