Ann Arbor Area Community News
It’s not about Ann Arbor, it’s more about me getting on my soapbox and telling off all the cyclists around town who can’t bike responsibly and cause drivers to be petrified when I approach a 4-way stop sign on my bike and they don’t know what to do.
From the Associated Press:
CORVALLIS, Ore. — A bicyclist was charged with manslaughter after he ran through a stop sign and struck and killed a 71-year-old woman, police said Monday.
Remember, cyclists – we are vehicles, not pedestrians. Ride on the road and obey all traffic laws.
And now, in an attempt to bring this back to direct local relevance, a reminder that the Washtenaw Area Transportation Study is holding a workshop this evening, 5-8:30pm, at the downtown Ann Arbor District Libary to get input for the Washtenaw County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan. This is still the early stages of the plan, so I believe that the goal at this point is to gather information on deficiencies rather than to present a plan for feedback.
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