The Globe & Mail has put together an interactive map showing all of the bicycle collisions of the last 25 years. Wow. You can clearly see what roads folks ride, and where we need to make changes to improve road safety. Click here to see the map and read the associated story.

While traffic fatalities overall have declined, according to Toronto Police, data acquired by The Globe and Mail show cycling collisions have remained stubbornly consistent for the past decade.

The above quote is from a related story also worth a read. Click here to read the complete story.

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