When cyclists ride on the sidewalk, they assume the same rights and responsibilities as pedestrians. At an intersection they should use the crosswalk, but in Washington, the law doesn’t require cyclists to get off their bikes.
When cyclists ride on the sidewalk, they assume the same rights and responsibilities as pedestrians. At an intersection they should use the crosswalk, but in Washington, the law doesn’t require cyclists to get off their bikes. Kim Hughes McClatchy
When cyclists ride on the sidewalk, they assume the same rights and responsibilities as pedestrians. At an intersection they should use the crosswalk, but in Washington, the law doesn’t require cyclists to get off their bikes. Kim Hughes McClatchy

Cyclists riding on a sidewalk must dismount before entering a crosswalk, right?

March 12, 2018 05:00 AM