When it comes to helping people get around safely by bike, these towns have it dialed. Here’s how they’re working to make their streets even more accessible to people traveling on two wheels.
From 2005 through 2013, these 13 cities had the lowest cyclist fatality rates in the United States—an average of one death or fewer per 10,000 bike commuters, according to data compiled last year by the Alliance for Biking and Walking. Here are just some of the ways they’re encouraging and accommodating cyclists, from innovative kids’ programs to bike-path snowplows.
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