Cycle Lanes - are they any use?
Thursday, 10 September 2009
An interesting article on the Times website talks about the distance drivers give to cyclists when there are cycle lanes compared with the distance they give them when there aren't cycle lanes. You can see it here.
You might also like to have a look at this PDF from Warrington Cycle Campaign that discusses the same issue and provides some nice pictures to prove their point.
A few years ago, some research was done to show that cyclists wearing helmets caused drivers to give them less space.
You are in charge of you when you are cycling. See, Be Seen and Communicate.
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 14:56