Science for Safety
Bicycle routes through residential areas safer for cyclists
The risk of serious crashes between cyclists and motorized traffic is smaller in towns with more cycling routes through residential areas than routes following distributor roads. This is one of the findings of Paul Schepers' PhD study A safer road environment for cyclists.
Schepers obtained his PhD on 6 December at Delft University of Technology.
Safety requirements for the cross sectional profile of distributor roads with an 80 km/h speed limit
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