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A survey in The Netherlands on (smart)phone use by youngsters (12 to 25 y/o) during cycling showed that following subcategories are more at risk to use their phone: girls, older youngsters, youngsters in vocational schools and regular cyclists.
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On a sidewalk in Washington DC there is this lane for cellphone users, drawn by the National Geographic TV show called "Mind Over Masses" that looks at how people make changes to their behavior. 
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The UK based road safety charity Brake has developed the site www.roadsafetyweek.org as a global resource for anyone interested in organising a Road Safety Week in their country, locality or organisation. 

It provides advice and tools to help others wanting to set up a Road Safety Week or a similar event.
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This seat belt safety ad doesn't have crash or blood, but it will strike you:
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Car drivers are being urged to see the person behind the helmet and take longer to look for motorcyclists in the latest THINK! motorcycle safety campaign, launched by Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond. 
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Source: Infographic by Mayo County Council Road Safety using RSA figures
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The new quiz for the Your Ideas Your Initiatives road safety summer game is online on their Facebook page!

Learn more about the contest, it's easy and open to everyone:  
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If you are having trouble putting your phone down and avoiding distracted driving when behind the wheel, give one of these apps a try: 
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Cykelslangen, or Cycle Snake, is an elevated orange bike lane in Copenhagen (Denmark), wriggling its way over the harbour, seamlessly connecting the highway and the harbour bridge. 
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