Topic VII: Infrastructure For People Biking & Walking

City: Infrastructure for People Biking & Walking

By Ken Mcleod | August 17, 2020
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Getting consistent data on infrastructure for people biking and walking is difficult. There are often no statewide reporting requirements and there are no federal reporting requirements, so each city maintains its own data in its own manner. For an exploration of how cities maintain bicycle network data, please see our report Benchmarking Bike Networks. Data…

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State: Traffic Laws & Training for Biking & Walking

By Ken Mcleod | August 10, 2020
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This section – States: Traffic Laws & Training for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety – looks at state laws and driving training that is related to bicycle and pedestrian safety. Over the course of the Benchmarking project there have been several notable developments in bicycle-related laws, including the proliferation of safe passing laws and the development…

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