It appears cyclists are at fault in about 60 to 66 percent of the cases (>200 cyclist/vehicle collisions in Waterloo Region). Riding off the sidewalk and into an intersection appears to be one of the most common causes of cyclist-vehicle collisions. This is the complete reversal of the stats for vehicle pedestrian collisions where drivers are at fault in two thirds of the accidents. Terry is looking for some reaction and observations from the cycling community. Do we need more education for cyclists? Do we need more segregated bicycle trails? Any other ideas? Please share this with other cyclists you know.