Different to other surveys, it tells us about cycling in Australia and Canberra over the last decade.
87% of road related cycling fatalities were caused by a collision with a motor vehicle.
Poor road markings and poor motorists make a cyclist’s life difficult.
Vulnerable road users are pedestrians and cyclists that can be fatally injured in a collision with a motor vehicle.
Walking to school was common and could be again.
We have all experienced these hazards in Canberra.
Not recent but recent enough to be useful.
Separation of cyclists and motor vehicles is recommended on busy roads or speeds greater than 50km/h.
Children’s cycling injuries are preventable.
Coppins Crossing Road is an example of a popular Canberra road without bike lanes. As today is our unofficial bike lane day, it is worth a closer look.
Cycle lanes are common on road duplications.
The indifference of some motorists to cyclists is alarming.