|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-2139-1|
It is a political goal that traffic growth in urban areas should take place through cycling, walking and public transport. More cycling and walking will lead to more injuries, but first and foremost more lighter injuries. The number of hard injured will probably not increase much even with many thousands more cyclists and pedestrians. But it depends on good infrastructure for cyclists and pedestrians. Increased effort in terms of operation and maintenance of the infrastructure could result in fewer injuries.