Biker or Motorist: Take the Scofflaw Survey

January 30, 2015 at 1:25 pm Leave a comment

FYI: The cyclist in this photo is not demonstrating scofflaw behavior.

FYI: The cyclist in this photo is not demonstrating scofflaw behavior.

The Scofflaw Biking Survey from the University of Colorado Denver – on the patterns and experiences of bicyclists and motorists on the road – has been making the rounds for a while.  And I just finally took it myself (it took 11 minutes).

The survey is part of a larger study intending to better understand our transportation system and what factors might correlate with different behavior patterns.  It’s clearly worthy research and helpful for you to take part in, whether or not your are a bicycle rider.

So take a break, make yourself a cup of coffee or tea and dedicate a few minutes of your time to the greater good – thanks!  (And if you’ve already taken it – kudos!)

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