More Winnipeggers are commuting by bicycle this summer, but some remain concerned about how the influx of cyclists can share the city's streets safely with motorists.

A new study by Bike to the Future has found that nearly 13,000 people are commuting by bicycle in Winnipeg on a daily basis this year.

That figure is up by 47 per cent compared to last year, and up 64 per cent since the non-profit advocacy group began conducting bicycle counts in 2007.

The City of Winnipeg says it has been working on addressing concerns by those who get nervous about cycling in traffic — it has added more bicycle paths in the past five years, and crews have started building buffered bike lanes on Pembina Highway.

Meanwhile, motorists gave mixed reactions to news that there are more cyclists sharing the road with them.

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