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Bikes May Use Full Lane, but not in New York State

The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) defines the standards used by road engineers in the United States to install and maintain traffic control devices on all public streets, highways, bikeways, and private roads open to public traffic. “Traffic Control Devices” is engineering jargon for all of the signs, lights, posts, barriers, reflectors, and read more »

Bikes May Use Full Lane

Gary Crocker was cycling around San Diego, getting his daily dose of Southern California road rage harassment. After talking with other cyclists about it, he and his friends turned that talk into action by launching the “Million Car Challenge” to get the word out that bikes belong on the road. They’re printing up stickers that read more »

Santa Cruz – Bikes May Use Full Lane

“Bikes May Use Full Lane” street sign on East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz, California (next to the railroad trestle and across the river from the Boardwalk). Urban Velo Magazine is looking for Share the Road Sign photos but they say they’ll take BMUFL signs, too. They’ll pick a few for publication in the next issue read more »

San Jose Police Bike Patrol take the lane

Google Streetview captured this two dozen strong contingent of San Jose and Santa Clara police bike patrol on an apparent training ride last November.

San Jose Hedding Street bike lanes under attack

Hedding Street trafic calming tl/dr summary Hedding Street reduced from four lanes to three lanes as a traffic calming project through a mostly residential area. As a bonus, bike lanes added. Traffic calming successful as speed reduced with minimal impact on throughput. But motorists driving through complain anyway. Numerous news reports since then highlight this read more »