Bicyclists allowed use of full lane

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Friday, January 12, 2007
By Yokota Fritz


These signs (or similar) are seen throughout San Francisco, California. A white, rectangular regulatory sign with similar wording has been proposed for approval for use state wide in California.
Photo info: 20061231 allowed-full-lane-text by Jym Dyer.


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That should be true for all lanes!
 
Yes, lets see this everywhere!
 
=v= Under current California state law it is true for lanes of substandard width, which means not wide enough for a bike and car to travel side-by-side, safely. This describes nearly every lane in San Francisco.
 
I like this better than the "Share the Road" signs. This says that bikes have every right to use the road; pass them as you would a car. Period.
 
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