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A Map Of Montreal's Most Dangerous Places To Ride A Bike

Accident-prone hot spots for Montreal cyclists.
A Map Of Montreal's Most Dangerous Places To Ride A Bike

More and more of Montreal's cyclists are being injured and killed, according to 2013 statistics released by the Montreal Police and reported in the Gazette.

From 2012 to 2013, 66.7% more cyclists were seriously injured, tickets issued to bike riders nearly doubled (6,809 to 11,536 6,809) and a total six cyclists died.

In an ongoing effort to promote cyclist safety, Radio-Canada took the initiative to create an interactive map of Montreal, highlighting the most dangerous areas for cyclists.

Compiled using Montrealer's tweets and Facebook comments, the map is quite in-depth and offers a personal look into what makes each area dangerous to cyclists. Just click on an spot and get informed.

Check out the map of Montreal's most dangerous cycling spots here.

What do you think, is cycling safe in Montreal?

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