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Much has been said around these parts lately about who the streets belong to, whether there’s a place for bicyclists in our transportation system and whether they are paying their fair share. Today, we came across this thought-provoking post from Cyclelicio.us:

Share The Road

What does “Share the Road” mean? What do Share the Road signs convey to road users?

Bike Lawyer Steve Magas attacks the Share the Road concept, explaining that once you have the right of way on a public road, no matter your mode of travel, you have the right of way. There is not legal obligation to share the lane, according to Magas.  More…

So, what do you say: take the lane, or share and share alike?

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