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The Dangers of Dooring

By Newport Beach Personal Injury Attorney on October 11, 2019

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When you are out biking on the wide-open roads of Orange County, a major hazard that you must look out for is suddenly-opening car doors.

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San Clemente to Improve Conditions for Cyclists

By Newport Beach Personal Injury Attorney on March 15, 2012

Emulating Denver, Long Beach, and other bicycle-friendly cities, San Clemente is developing a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to improve conditions for those utilizing streets and sidewalks for walking and cycling, reported the Orange County Register. Officials from the city rode along for a tour of the measures Long Beach has implemented in recent years to make cycling safer and more convenient, such as allocating one of the three lanes on a street for riding, adding more bike lanes, racks, and corals, and creating bike-share programs for city employees.

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