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Seattle is one of the safest cities to bike, walk

<strong>FYI GUY:</strong> Among large U.S. cities, Seattle has the second-lowest fatality rate for pedestrians and cyclists, a new report says. Nearly one in eight workers here is a pedestrian or bicycle commuter, higher than the 52-city average of one in 20. Above, a cyclist commutes across the I-90 bridge in December.

STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES, 2013

FYI GUY: Among large U.S. cities, Seattle has the second-lowest fatality rate for pedestrians and cyclists, a new report says. Nearly one in eight workers here is a pedestrian or bicycle commuter, higher than the 52-city average of one in 20. Above, a cyclist commutes across the I-90 bridge in December.

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