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What Happened to the “Safety in Numbers” Principle?
What Happened to the “Safety in Numbers” Principle?

One positive outcome of the global pandemic is a resurgence of people using bicycles. The increased demand is rooted in several factors: cycling is a “safer” alternative to public transit; cycling enables people to be outdoors for exercise, recreation, and commuting while ...

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