- Date: 11/28/2023
New research from Lime has shown that the majority of women face barriers to cycling, with poorly lit streets and isolated…
Here is a potentially telling statistic: Between 2001 and 2017, cycling trips to work for U.S.-born Latinos increased by 54%, but decreased by 67% for foreign-born Latinos, with accelerated rates of change for both groups since 2009. Similarly, cycling trips for any purpose increased by 9% among U.S.-born Latinos between 2001 and 2017 but decreased by 28% for Latino immigrants, again with sharper declines for both groups since 2009.
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