“How can we expect motorists to be mindful of a major path crossing if they cannot see it?” asks Druker.
As Geoffery Moull remounts his bicycle, he says that it’s not the trail itself that sometimes makes him worry for his safety, but rather the many places where his ride is interrupted by a street.
“I just wish I didn’t have to dismount at every road,” Moull says. “I think that’s where dangers are.”
So he diligently straps on his helmet and continues his ride, concerned more about accidental dangers than sinister ones.
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