Bicycling safety and distracted behavior in The Hague, the Netherlands.

  title={Bicycling safety and distracted behavior in The Hague, the Netherlands.},
  author={Kathryn Terzano},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
As planners and public health officials in many cities around the world seek to increase bicycle ridership, bicyclists who are performing a secondary task (such as listening to a portable music device) may pose a risk to public safety. This study examines bicycling safety and potentially distracted behavior in The Hague, the Netherlands, a place where bicycling is a common, everyday travel mode among all walks of life and where bicycling infrastructure is well developed. Based on 1360… CONTINUE READING


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