November 27, 2015

Top cities for bike trails

Bicycle Coalition
Miles of bike lanes per square mile


Anonymous said...

But they always put the bike lane between traffic and the parked cars, which is idiotic. It should be between the curb and the parked cars so that the parked cars provide some safety from their moving relatives.

Anonymous said...


I live in a city that puts the bike land on the curb side of the parked cars, in a few areas. It makes it safer for bikes, but it makes it less safe for pedestrians. Bikes often don't seem to think pedestrians matter, just like the problems bicyclists have with cars. When I drive these districts, I like that the roads don't have bikes on them, but I end up having too many close calls with bikes when I'm on foot in these same places.