How Cyclists Are Unfairly Viewed in the Eyes of the Law | Article 3
As cycling increasing as a mode of transportation and form of recreation across the United States, debates have taken place over a cyclist’s right to the road. Usually these debates are had over internet columns (such as this) with anonymous internet commentators asserting their alleged right to not make room for cyclists, perhaps even hitting them to teach them a lesson.
However, the debates are usually settled in local and state governments. The latter proportions tax dollars for infrastructure projects, such as protected bike lanes, and local governments ultimately decide where bike lanes will go — if at all.
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