Everyone wants safe streets but there's very little evidence that bike lanes protect cyclists, motorists or pedestrians.
Even worse, the pandemic has reduced traffic so much that cyclists were rarely seen this Summer.
Still, the advocacy continues as tragic testimony replaces data or cost/benefit analysis.
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World Day of Rememrbance for Road Traffic Victims (WDOR) is an international day of observance that began 25 years ago to remember those killed and injured by traffic violence. Formally adopted by the United Nations in 2005, the day is also meant to thank emergency personnel and prompt communities around the world to grapple with the effects of these crashes and ways to stop them from happening.