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Cyclist safety on the Sea to Sky Highway: reducing vulnerability through the identification and mitigation of high-risk areas

  title={Cyclist safety on the Sea to Sky Highway: reducing vulnerability through the identification and mitigation of high-risk areas},
  author={Joshua Cairns and Andrew Brear and Aaron Dixon and Whitney Szabo and Michael Gamon},
pg. 2 Introduction pg. 2 Data pg. 6 Methodology pg. 7 Results pg. 8 Mitigation pg. 12 Discussion pg. 16 Conclusion pg. 19 Acknowledgements pg. 21 References pg. 22 

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