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Sharrows used to make sense in theory, but are now useless and possibly dangerous in practice

https://momentummag.com/sharrows-used-to-make-sense-in-theory-but-are-now-useless-in-practice/


Transplanting CROW's Guiding Principles onto Kiwi Streets

https://dutchcycling.nl/en/news/blog/transplanting-crow-s-guiding-principles-onto-kiwi-streets

Separated Bike Lanes Means Safer Streets, Study Says

https://usa.streetsblog.org/2019/05/29/protect-yourself-separated-bike-lanes-means-safer-streets-study-says/


Study: Driver Behavior Shows Greater Need for Protected Bike Lanes

via @schmangee https://usa.streetsblog.org/2019/04/15/study-painted-bike-lanes-endanger-cyclists-more/


How well do Advance Stop Boxes work?

via AxleRyde on @CycleAwareWgtn https://cycwell.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/how-well-do-advance-stop-boxes-work/


The Shared Path: people not cars at the heart of communities

via @hollyrwalker of @HelenClarkFound https://www.wsp.com/en-NZ/news/2020/people-not-cars-at-heart-of-communities


Painted advisory cycle lanes increase risk of cyclist casualties, study finds

https://road.cc/content/news/advisory-bike-lines-increase-risk-cyclist-casualties-279553