If we had Dutch-style intersections, we’d ride our bikes everywhere, too

Urban planner Nick Falbo wants U.S. engineers to borrow a trick from the Dutch: Keep the bike lanes on the curb side of parked cars, and then add an island in front of the parking lane in the intersection so that turning cars are forced to give cyclists a little more space.

Just watch what he means. 

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    I commute on these each day in The Hague. They’re fantastic and a big part of why there’s such a bicycle culture here. I...
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    ^^^^
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    Can confirm for SCV
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    v good Davis really doesn’t need this though. Davis is hella safe for biking. Try biking in SCV though and you’ll never...
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