Bicycle Detection and Differentiation

Posted by econolitegroup | December 14, 2014 | Publication

IMSA-Nov-Dec-2014-Bicycle-Differentiation-1Bicycle Detection and Differentitation

November/December 2014

““Bicycle commuting continues to see steady U.S. growth. In many urban environments, some cities have seen ridership rates more than double. According to a survey con­ducted by CityLab, which surveyed 55 major metropolitan areas in the U.S., bicycle commuting overall has increased an average of 70 percent in the U.S. between 2000 and 2009 – with some regions in the North­west and Northeast seeing increases by more than 200 percent.”…

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