The war on bicycles has never been won.
But the Democrats have the advantage on bikes because they’ve been so focused on making roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists for decades.
The Democratic-controlled Congress has voted repeatedly to make bike lanes safer for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
And the city of San Francisco has been a leader in building and maintaining bike lanes for decades, while bike-sharing has exploded in popularity in recent years.
But there are some important caveats to all this.
First, bike-share is a relatively new phenomenon.
Many of the most popular bike-shared systems, such as Uber and Sidecar, are relatively new.
They’re still in beta and have only been in operation for a few years.
Second, the data on which these systems are based is largely anecdotal.
While there’s a lot of anecdotal evidence of bicycle riders being more willing to ride on the sidewalk or on the street than on a bike, there’s no solid evidence that bicycling on the road is more dangerous.
Third, the types of streets that are designed for bikes are changing over time.
Bicyclists are getting more and more popular as they age, so there’s little reason to believe that biking on streets designed for cars is a safer choice than biking on bike lanes designed for bicycles.
The best way to improve bike safety is to make streets safer for both pedestrians and bikes.
For that reason, the Department of Transportation is creating a bike-safety task force, which is expected to be completed in the coming months.
The task force will recommend ways to increase the safety of streets by designing streets more specifically for bikes.
The goal of the task force is to create more efficient ways to create safe bike lanes by creating “smart” design.
Smart design is a process in which engineers work to make a design more safe for a given condition by developing algorithms that can predict when the traffic is likely to cross a given intersection or cross a certain distance between intersections and cross streets.
The design process can take several months to complete.
If it’s successful, the design will be tested and then approved by the Transportation Department, which will then implement it into the streets design.
As a result, the task group will have more time to study the safety implications of new design.
It also will have an opportunity to review existing design, to identify any design flaws, and to look at ways to improve the design, said Kevin Kennedy, the director of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Policy Research Institute at the University of California at Berkeley.
The bike-friendly streets project will include recommendations for redesigning streets for cyclists.
In the coming weeks, the group will report back to the Transportation Secretary and the Transportation Commission, which sets the federal policy on bike safety.
The report will be submitted to the Department by January.
In addition to the task forces, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will also take up the task.
Kennedy said that the committee has been discussing ways to make the task groups more effective and will work to improve their performance.