Ken Ohrn recycles:
The post leads with the negative, which is unfortunate, but contains some number-oriented research. For me, the most useful thoughts are near the end, and deal with why we have red lights and stop signs on our roads in the first place. It also begins to sketch out an idea that interests me more and more — that there are “social constructs” or “taboos” built in to our understanding of road behaviour. These, in my evolving opinion, lead to so much of the otherwise inexplicable focus on people on bikes.