The Physics of the 69-Degree Intersection That Kills Cyclists

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Set up an intersection the wrong way, and an oncoming car can be completely blind to an approaching biker—with fatal consequences.

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the original article assumes that the car will be driving at a speed of 37 mph (not sure where they got this

That is the speed the driver was going at in a December 2016 accident. Viral Parekh was charged with causing death by careless driving because he drove through that intersection at 37 mph according to his car's blackbox.

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