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Can Cyclists and Drivers Share the Road?

Two bikers — CAS associate professor Catherine Caldwell-Harris and Sargent grad student Aaron Manders (SAR’07,’09) — talk about the rules of the road

| From BU Today | By Nathaniel Boyle and Vicky Waltz

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Since the city of Boston installed a mile-long bike lane on Commonwealth Avenue this summer, more and more people are taking to BU’s streets on two wheels. But increased bicycle traffic has led to more accidents on and near the BU campus — several involving students. We asked bicycle commuters Catherine Caldwell-Harris, a College of Arts and Sciences associate professor of psychology, and Aaron Manders (SAR’07,’09) whether cyclists and motorists can safely share the road.

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