Jaywalking, Idaho Stop Bills Vetoed by California's Governor
Faced with the opportunity to redefine the traffic safety regime in one of the nation's most progressive states, Governor Gavin Newsom flinched.
Bill Legalizing the Idaho Stop in California Waits for Governor's Signature
The Idaho Stop—allowing people on bikes to treat stop signs in empty intersections as yield signs—is gaining popularity around the country. Next (not quite) stop: California.
Virginia Lawmakers Won't Let Cyclists Roll Through Stop Signs—Yet
The state legislature passed a bill calling for a study of the proposed law and its effects in other states.
Starting Today: The Idaho Stop Is Legal in Washington State
A law passed in March allowing people on bikes to treat stop signs as yield signs when conditions permit takes effect today in Washington State.
Berkeley to Explore 'Idaho Stop' Policy for People on Bikes
Berkeley could decide to deprioritize enforcement of people on bikes who treat stop signs as yield signs when the intersection is free of traffic.
Idaho Stop Breezes Through the Oregon Legislature
Before the Republicans in the Oregon Senate skipped town, they managed to approve a bill that legalizes the Idaho Stop for bikers around the state. The Oregon House also approved the bill this week.
Oregon Could Be Next to Legalize the Idaho Stop
The Oregon State Legislature is moving forward with Senate Bill 998, which includes an amendment that would legalize the practice of rolling through stop signs and blinking red lights on a bike when no car traffic is present.
The Idaho Stop Now Legal in Arkansas
The state of Arkansas is now the second station in the nation to completely legalize the Idaho Stop—a frequently practiced maneuver on bikes that advocates say is a key to bike safety and comfort on the streets.
Colorado Legislature Wants to Make it Easier to Legalize the 'Idaho Stop'
They call it a "Safety Stop" in Colorado, but it's the same idea.
Colorado Could Be the Next State to Legalize the Idaho Stop
Colorado is the latest state to consider allowing people on bikes to pass through intersections more freely than cars.
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