If You Build Bike Lanes, People Will Ride In Them

While forward-thinking transportation officials in cities with major bike infrastructure plans are often derided for painting bike lanes despite a critical mass of bike riders, it turns out that making it safer to bike seems to make people want to bike more.

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Morgan is a senior editor at Fast Company. He edits the Impact section, formerly Have an idea for a story? You can reach him at mclendaniel [at]