Category Archives: Planning and Engineering

Article on Bike Boxes

Here’s a quote from a┬ánew article on bike boxes on the North Carolina Coalition for Bicycle Driving site: Bike boxes suffer from two fundamental design flaws: 1. They direct bicyclists to pass on the right side of traffic that may … Continue reading

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Avoid the Door Zone Videos

Here’s a well-executed educational video about why cyclists should ride at least 5 feet from parked cars. Warning: some of the dashboard camera videos are disturbing to watch. Here’s an excellent video of League of American Bicyclists instructor Preston Tyree … Continue reading

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