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Another datapoint that safe routes are more important than helmets
http://www.citylab.com/commute/2015/11/the-latest-evidence-that-helmet-laws-dont-help-bike-safety/415101/

There are also a few prestigious private schools along or near that route (RPCS, Gilman, Bryn Mawr) I wonder where they stand on these PBLs?

I ride this route 2-3 days a week. The bike lines that are there now are among the worst maintained I have ever used. Pot holes, debris, car parts, glass... I usually ride in the road to avoid the hazards. Wonder why the residents along Roland Avenue have not been advocating to improve the existing bike lanes?

@SJE
Thanks for the link. Very interesting ...

But Choi said, "Putting a protected bike lane where there are single-family homes doesn't make sense."

Shouldn't this read:

"'putting a protected bike lane where there are single-family homes doesn't make sense' doesn't make sense"?

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