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Month: May 2016

Bicycle Safety Needs to Go Beyond Dedicated Lane Legislation and Rebates

Posted on: Thursday, May 26th, 2016

As the California Bicycle Coalition works hard to establish a statewide rebate program for commuters, others are fighting to get more bike lanes in place. Over the years, both efforts have been stymied due to a variety of reasons. However, people concerned for bicycle safety are starting to feel hopeful. Signs of headway being made on both fronts are behind […]

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What to Do If Involved in a Cycling Accident

Posted on: Friday, May 20th, 2016

Bicycle Accidents have grown in number over the past few years, as more people are choosing this as a method to commute. If you are riding a bicycle and have an accident with a vehicle, the actions you take at the accident scene and immediately after the crash is critical. The actions you take after the […]

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Bicycle Laws: Where are We with the Idaho Stop?

Posted on: Thursday, May 12th, 2016

In January, Mayor Ed Lee vetoed an ordinance passed by the Board of Supervisors that would have discouraged San Francisco police from ticketing bicyclists who roll stop signs. The ordinance proposed by Supervisor John Avalos would not have made the so-called “Idaho stop” legal, but would have relegated the infraction to the lowest enforcement priority […]

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What to do When Bicycle Accidents Occur

Posted on: Thursday, May 5th, 2016

As the number of leisure and commuter bicyclists increases, bicycle accidents are also occurring at alarming rates. While some of these accidents result in only minor injuries, many are serious, life-altering occurrences. When an accident occurs, and the bicyclist is able, certain steps can help assure the bicyclist receives due compensation for his or her injuries […]

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