More Cyclists, Less Accidents

More Cyclists, Less Accidents
Jeff Squires
  • 16 september 2008

It sounds counter intuitive, but a recent study by researchers at the University of New South Wales has shown that as the number of cyclists on the road increases, the number of accidents with cars decreases. Based on local and international research, it turns out that motorists actually change their behavior and drive safer when there are more cyclists on the road.

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