Biking is getting gradually safer in Seattle with the rate of collisions involving people on bikes per bike commuter dropping to a new low point in 2018, according to the annual Seattle Department of Transportation Traffic Report.
The report, released two weeks ago, does not include any 2019 data. It offers a detailed look at transportation trends in the city, including safety. Here are the streets where collisions involving people on bikes occurred:
Driving, of course, is our city’s top source of greenhouse gas emissions. So while it is promising that total driving is not growing with the population, we need to find a way to reduce driving even as the city grows. Perhaps Oslo has some ideas to share.
You see more in the full report (PDF).