While I'm all for matching the proper outfit with any outing (what lady wouldn't be), I do think it's rude to display such casual disregard for human life and overall public safety.
I don't think NJ has a law designating bikes to the road only. It might be done on a city by city, but I don't think it is a state law.Does Jersey City have such a law?Quote from: TheFang on 06-12-2012, 03:54pmDoes this mean that they'll finally start getting treated like vehicles and start ticketing assholes who ride on the sidewalk and don't follow traffic laws?
Does this mean that they'll finally start getting treated like vehicles and start ticketing assholes who ride on the sidewalk and don't follow traffic laws?
This is all we need, more bad bicycle drivers on the road!! not to mention the sidewalks. Ward E Councilman Steve Fulop is a proponent of the measure, saying it will “encourage the use of bicycles.”
Are you trying to say Jersey City's "Pick a major road, put some Bike Route signs on it without even considering the safety issues, wait until most of the signs get stolen, proceed to do nothing" model isn't nice?
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