Gusto kong mag-bike, pero … safe ba?

March 18, 2023


Naging usapin kamakailan sa loob at labas ng social media ang kaligtasan ng mga siklista na gumagamit ng bike lanes sa mga pangunahing lansangan sa bansa. Paano magiging ligtas gamitin ang bike lanes?

Para sa ika-22 episode ng What The F?! Podcast, ibinahagi ng active transport planners at specialists ng Quezon City at Pasig City ang kanilang mga karanasan tungkol sa bike lanes.

Tara, pakinggan natin:



Pwede rin pakinggan sa Spotify, Apple Podcast.

Sources

Aldrin Pelicano, Nakaka-trapik daw ang protected bike lane…, April 10, 2022

Department of Transportation, WHY ARE WE DEVELOPING BIKE LANES IN METROPOLITAN AREAS?, April 27, 2021

Department of Public Works and Highways, Updated Guidelines and Standard Design Drawings for Bicycle Facilities Along National Roads, Dec. 19, 2022

StreetsBlog USA, Separated Bike Lanes Means Safer Streets, Study Says, May 29, 2019

Bloomberg, Protected Bike Lanes Are Safer for Drivers, Too, June 3, 2019

International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences, Is 30 km/h a ‘safe’ speed? Injury severity of pedestrians struck by a vehicle and the relation to travel speed and age, July 2015

Journal of Transport and Geography, Why cities with high bicycling rates are safer for all road users, June 2019

Free Music Archive, Slipping Away by Jack Adams (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License), Feb. 11, 2022



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