Search Results for: Bicyclists' Bill of Rights

California lane-splitting bill update

tl;dr summary: AB 51, a proposed lane-splitting bill, has been significantly watered down to merely authorize CHP to publish guidelines on motorcycle lane-splitting safety. Unlike the original version of AB-51, this should have no effect for California bicyclists.

Nebraska looks at mandatory sidepath and right-of-way rules for cyclists

Working with the Nebraska Bicycling Alliance, 71-year-old legislator Rick Kolowski of Omaha introduced LB 716 to clarify right of way for cyclists and walkers when crossing a road at a path, and to eliminate the state’s mandatory sidepath law.

Bicycle lane splitting permitted in Mexico City

Last August, the Federal District of Mexico amended their traffic code with an addition allowing lane-splitting when traffic is congested.

Share the Road in Lexington, Kentucky

“Pass With Care / Share the Road, People.” Seen on the back of a Lextran bus.

Every lane a bike lane

Truth from Metro – Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Politics as usual

Thank you to all who contacted your Senator regarding the mandatory sidepath law in S.1813. In case you missed the earlier update, the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee unamimously approved S.1813, the MAP-21 highway authorization bill. The bill goes to the Senate floor. Details about the process and further opportunities for your involvement read more »