The safety of group compared to individual cyclists when cars pass on urban roads in Queensland, Australia

E. M. Rubie, N. Haworth, N. YamamotoConference room

  1. Examined the safety of groups compared to individual cyclists being passed on two urban roads using video recordings
  2. Lateral passing distances were greater when cars passed group compared to individual cyclists
  3. Motor vehicle speeds when passing group and individual cyclists were similar on the low-speed road
  4. Group versus individual cycling status did not significantly influence driver choice of following versus passing a cyclist
  5. Cars passed riders in cycling clothing faster than casually clothed cyclists

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