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  • Category: Bicycle Accidents

    Protected Bike Lanes

    Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability (OTIS) is planning to create a new two-way bike lane on 11th Street between Bainbridge and Reed Streets. This project will bring the number of two-way protected bike lanes in the city to a total of three, including the Ryan Avenue bike lane in Northeast Philly and the[…]

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    It’s That Time Again: Back to School Safety

    With the upcoming school season approaching, now is the time to go over the most useful tips that help kids and teens stay safe during the school year. We have compiled some of the National Safety Council’s (NSC) key school safety tips for our readers and their loved ones below. School Safety Topics According to[…]

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    Philly Ranked as One of Most Dangerous Cities for Bicyclists

    If you are a cyclist who lives in Philadelphia, it is probably no surprise that the city was named the ninth-most dangerous in the country for bicyclists. Conducted by 24/7 Wall Street, researchers accumulated data (such as the number of traffic fatalities compared to overall population size) from a total of thirty-two different cities. They[…]

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    Caviar Offers Free Insurance to Couriers

    Caviar, a well known online food delivery app, is now offering free accident insurance to couriers just months after one of its employees – a 34-year-old Philadelphia bicyclist – was killed while working. “Gig” workers, or individuals employed for a short period of time or who are independently contracted, are usually left in the lurch[…]

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    Back to School Safety

    If you have a child or teenager, chances are your family is gearing up for the impending school season. However, buying school supplies and figuring out a schedule are not the only important things to consider: it is also essential to take steps to ensure that children and adolescents remain safe this school year. Back[…]

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