[Talk-us] Bike route relation issues
elliott.plack at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 19:00:25 UTC 2015
This is an interesting conversation. Since I'm on the east coast, I've
never seen a bicycle on a freeway. Since I'm a bit of a road geek, I ask
this very question of my fellow road geeks on our discussion forum. It
seems many states have explicit laws allowing bicycles on the highway.
Follow it here: http://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=14452.0
On Mon Jan 12 2015 at 1:51:25 PM Paul Johnson <baloo at ursamundi.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 11:43 PM, John F. Eldredge <john at jfeldredge.com>
>> By contrast, I am not aware of any Interstate highways in the
>> southeast USA that allow bicycles. From my experience, every entrance ramp
>> has signs forbidding non-motorized traffic and mopeds.
> All the more reason to explicitly tag it, since it's explicitly posted.
> Of course, the bigger trick is finding the endpoints of that, since even in
> states that do allow it (save for California), it's rare to get a "bicycles
> on roadway" sign regularly (Oregon, Washington and Oklahoma usually only
> post it once starting usually just before or at where bicycles first enter,
> the corresponding sign the opposite direction would be "bikes must
> exit/turn right/whatever" before and "no bicycles" after. And they tend to
> be hard to spot because for whatever reason, USDOT thinks bicyclists can
> read fonts as tall as my thumb is thick while moving (which means
> information dense signage such as found in Portland for it's LCNs is next
> to useless without stopping in traffic), so all bicycle signage tends to be
> in the finest print possible, even on the freeway...
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