It happens to every driver at some point. You’re in a rush downtown, late to a meeting, and trying to make up time, when suddenly you find yourself stuck behind a bicyclist. It feels a bit like a double whammy — because as everyone knows, bikes travel far slower than motor vehicles and hold up traffic in general.
Only, it turns out, that particular assumption just hit a speed bump.
So says a study published in June 2020, in Transportation Research Record: Journal…
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