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The Netherlands wants to ban the use of phones on bicycles

A women talks on her mobile phone while riding a bike in Amsterdam January 17, 2007. REUTERS/Koen van Weel (NETHERLANDS)

Almost one-third of road fatalities in 2016 involved cyclists. Image: REUTERS/Koen van Weel

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 Almost one-third of road accident fatalities in 2016 involved cyclists.
Image: Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
 Sales of e-bikes are on the rise.
Image: Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
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