Proposed Colorado law would allow cyclists to roll through stop signs, red lights

A Colorado lawmaker wants to change the laws governing the types of stops cyclists must make at stop signs and traffic lights.

State Sen. Andy Kerr (D-22), an avid cyclist himself, is sponsoring the bill. He rides his bike most days from Lakewood to the state Capitol.

The proposed bill would allow cyclists to treat stop signs like yield signs. Cyclists would also be allowed to stop and then go through traffic lights.

Source: Proposed law would change rules for cyclists at stop signs, traffic lights |



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