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Overland Park adding 70 miles of bike lanes to roads south of I-435

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Overland Park adding 70 miles of bike lanes to roads south of I-435

Overland Park adding 70 miles of bike lanes to roads south of I-435

On average, 18 bicyclists are involved in a crash with a vehicle every year in Overland Park, Kansas.

The statistics from the city’s bicycle master plan show of the 19 crashes from October 2015 to October 2016, only one occurred in a marked bike route.

So this week, the city council approved adding more bike lanes.

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