How often do bikers hit pedestrians and cause personal injury? | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

In New York City in 2011, bike/pedestrian accidents happened at a rate of 3.78 per 100k people. The rate of fatal car/pedestrian collisions that year was 11.6 per 100k people. So, bike/pedestrian accidents are less frequent than cars, but still, occur at a higher rate than many believe.