Monday, October 12, 2015

Cycling costs society less than driving

Pitting motorists and cyclists (or pedestrians, for that matter) against each other is unhelpful, because the reality is much more complex: many motorists are also pedestrians or cyclists, and many cyclists also drive cars.

More helpful is to reframe this debate around the inequity that exists within our cities and towns, where motorized transportation has long been prioritized at the expense of pedestrian and other modes of active transportation. Read more.

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