In the study, the firm pinpointed specific roads in major cities such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.
San Diego’s University Avenue -- between 1st Ave. in Hillcrest and 30th St. in North Park -- also made the list, according to the study. The law firm cited the San Diego Reader as a source for this information.
According to the law firm, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Tucson, Arizona, had the highest cyclist fatality rates of the 34 cities on the list. Dallas and Indianapolis had the lowest cyclist fatality rates among the cities listed.
“We researched data from all 34 cities, which included collisions, injuries and fatalities. We also factored in the overall danger these roads pose to cyclists. For example, we found that roadways with narrow shoulders and roads without bike lanes had higher rates of injuries."