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Using Bike Boxes to Increase Visibility and Safety

Published on in “Science”, language — English. 12 pages.
Bike boxes are a relatively new on-pavement marking that provide a place in front of the vehicular stop line for bicyclists to queue up at a red light, giving them visibility and first priority in moving through the intersection upon the light turning green. The boxes increase safety by getting bikes through the intersection before vehicular traffic attempts to overtake them. More
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