Cities are bound to benefit from better bike infrastructure

People on bikes everywhere feel more safe and comfortable on busy streets with a physical barrier between them and motor vehicles. In some places it’s a plastic post or line of parked cars. In others it’s a curb, planter, or slightly elevated bike lanes. But no matter what separates people on bikes from people in cars, the results are hefty increases in the number and variety of people bicycling.

Read more about how the city of Chicago, IL is encouraging cycling through expanding bike infrastructure.

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