Meeting seeks ways to reduce conflicts and make roads safer
By Sandy Barnes
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 12:06 pm (Updated: August 28, 12:54 pm)
Bicyclists and drivers discussed ways to coexist and travel safely on county roads during a meeting at the Lookout Mountain Nature Center on Aug. 22.
“As the cycling population grows, we’re seeing more injuries,” said Jeffco Commissioner Don Rosier, who led the meeting.
While traffic and pedestrian fatalities have decreased by 34 percent in the past 10 years, the number of bicyclist fatalities has remained the same, said Rosier.
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