Lack of proper infrastructure is a key barrier to Canadians cycling more, CAA finds

According to a poll by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released today, nearly one in three Canadians (31 percent) say they would cycle more if cycling infrastructure was better.

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“Proper, permanent infrastructure – such as lanes separated by barriers and connected pathways – are essential to making Canadians feel safer when cycling,” says Ian Jack, vice president of public affairs, CAA National.

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