Winston-Salem Boosting Bicycle Safety

Author: Auger Law | August 1st, 2014

Another bicyclist was injured in an accident on Thursday morning and now the city of Winston-Salem really wants to do something about it.  The city is focusing on bicycle safety and has plans in place to create more bike lanes and greenways as well as creating more shared lanes for both muscle powered and engine powered vehicles.  “The goal is to build a full network of bike lanes and greenways so that no matter where you’re going, you have the option of riding,” stated Matthew Burczyk, the Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator.   The city currently also has a bicycle safety class aimed towards elementary school children.  It is designed in this manner, so that the children will already be familiar with the safety rules and road hazards when they reach bicycling age.

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