10 Ways Bicycle-Friendly Streets Are Good for People Who Don't Ride Bikes
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“Bicyclists, who are largely focused on maneuvering through vehicle traffic and not getting sideswiped on shoulderless streets, sometimes don’t realize how they imperil pedestrians. People traveling by foot often feel under siege from both speeding cars and unpredictable bicycles. Like many street-level conflicts, this one is about territory. Who owns the streets?” It is possible we all can share! Jay Walljasper wrote the following article for AARP Liveable Communities and outlines 10 different ways to make this possible.