Do you know about trail etiquette?

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Cyclists, drivers, need to learn to share the road - Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin - Ontario, CA

"It's possible for cyclists and motorized vehicles to co-exist peceafully, according to a program being unveiled in The Blue Mountains.

'The 'Share The Road' Campaign' is an initiative intended to dovetail with the Centurion Race,' said spokesperson Lisa Kidd of The Blue Mountains. 'Share The Road is an education initiative, aimed to educate all users of the road of the rights and responsibilities of motorists, cyclists and agricultural equipment operators.'"

Legally both vehicles have access, but only one has dedicated lanes - and markings province wide. Signs are a start, not the finish.