With all the daily traffic in the District, bicycle safety is a big concern.
Many of the city's streets do not have bike lanes, a lane that establishes a defined boundary for drivers to stay clear of cyclists. The main reason because bike lanes can cost up to $50,000 per mile to construct.
One way to increase bicycle safety is a new concept laser gadget that projects a virtual line, providing the driver with a familiar boundary to avoid.
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