Thursday, October 29, 2015

STudy - New Zealand - Bicycle Travel, Injury Risk and Conspicuity

In New Zealand, the prevalence of bicycle commuting is low and has been in decline between 1986
and 2006 (note that there are signs of recovery recently). The exposure-based rate of bicycle crash
injuries is relatively high compared to other road user categories. Regional differences in travel
patterns and injury risks suggest that the risk in scarcity effect exists for New Zealand cyclists. Read more.

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