Friday, October 16, 2009

Red light means yellow to many

Bicyclists and red lights have an uneasy relationship. We're glad the signals help us get across a busy street, but for many cyclists the red means slow, not stop, unless there's other traffic in view to the left or right. Christopher Beam, writing today in Slate, chews over the puzzle and comes down in favor of common sense. Enjoy the read right here.

1 comment:

Daniel M. Perez (Slow Bike Miami) said...

Red light means stop. Period. Not sure what is so hard about that.