theatlantic: Male cyclists were 1.5 times more likely than females to have run a red, and younger people (those 18 to 29) were more likely than older riders. There was a noticeable link between infringements and accidents — riders who’d been involved in a bike-car crash were more likely to have run red lights — though the survey couldn’t show any causal relationship. Some people seem to disregard red lights no matter their transport mode: survey respondents who’d been fined for a red light violation while driving in the past two years were much more likely to have infringed on a bike than those without a violation.
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