RUMBLE STRIPS OR NOT ALONG WIDE SHOULDERS DESIGNATED FOR BICYCLE TRAFFIC

@inproceedings{Grder1995RUMBLESO,
  title={RUMBLE STRIPS OR NOT ALONG WIDE SHOULDERS DESIGNATED FOR BICYCLE TRAFFIC},
  author={Per E. G{\aa}rder},
  year={1995}
}
Wide, paved shoulders on busy two-lane roads are sometimes designated as bicycle routes. But this shoulder may not be a safe place for bicyclists if inattentive and dozing drivers "use" it too. Preliminary estimates for a road carrying 1,000 vehicles/hr show a fatality rate substantially higher than the average rate for bicycling. To make the shoulder safe, dozing vehicle drivers have to be woken up before they infringe on the bicyclists' part of the shoulder. Continuous shoulder rumble strips… CONTINUE READING

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