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Angered by the recent death of Kelly Fulton — a Bozeman High School teacher who died after being struck by a driver while biking to work — cyclists urged the city this week to take bike safety seriously.

Several people spoke at Tuesday’s city commission meeting to bring attention to what they see as a bigger issue with the city’s pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.

“It is obvious Bozeman’s roads have become more dangerous to all who use them because of those who run lights speeding or talking or texting on handheld devices,” Michael Smith said. “We are not imagining this.”


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