Paris to let cyclists skip red lights | BBC

A man rides a bicycle on the Esplanade du Trocadero in front of the Eiffel tower, on March 11, 2014
Paris plans to triple the number of cyclists in the city by 2020
Cyclists in Paris are to be allowed to ride through red lights after tests showed the move would not lead to accidents.
Traffic lights for bicycles will be placed under the traffic lights for cars on some junctions.
The lights will indicate when bikes can either turn right or ride ahead - even when lights for cars are on red.


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