Michael Ploch, a friend of SWFBUD, sends this cool story about the Boise, Idaho City Council passing an ordinance protecting bicyclists from hostile motorists.
It was adopted after three bicyclists were killed. Why do cities pass laws protecting bicyclists AFTER cyclists are killed?
I'm on the road every day with my bicycle in the Tampa Bay region and I see first-hand the reckless and dangerous driving methods of motorists that imperil the lives of cyclists.
Why can't cities and counties be pro-active and stage puclic awareness campaigns and pass laws BEFORE bicyclists are struck?