To Encourage Biking, Cities Lose the Helmets

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buffalo buffalo
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It’s interesting that if one is in a bike lane then car are no required to give 4 feet.

this isn’t true. overtaking a vehicle on the left is still overtaking, even if it is in a different lane of travel.

This is one of the reasons I despise the bike lanes here. Everyone seems to think that white line is the base of some sort of invisible wall separating us…


reddan
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jonawebb
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It would be nice if they would have one of those meetings at a time I wouldn’t have to take off from work to get there soon enough.

The worries about bike infrastructure restricting our rights to ride remind me somewhat of the arguments over health care. Once again, Europe has chosen an approach that works much better than ours, and we’re worried about whether following them will lead to our losing our rights. All evidence suggests that cyclists standing up for ourselves and advocating for things we need leads to more cyclist rights, not less.

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