Here’s how to make railway tracks safe for cyclists

Your average train or streetcar track is built with little regard for those on bikes, rollerblades or in wheelchairs. Thin wheels can get caught in the flange gap unless it is carefully crossed at a 90 degree angle. Seattle, for one, has installed sharrows (shared-lane markings) to encourage those at risk to cross at a safe angle. However, […]

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Publicado el 21 de August del 2014
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