The City is reusing about 12% of its retireing parking meter posts as bike posts. Here is one of those rare items on Somerset Street near Rochester.
I frequently hear from the cycling fraternity that cyclists aren’t supposed to ride their bike across a street using the painted crosswalk. These crosswalks are for pedestrians only. This, despite numerous city cycling multipurpose paths — including brand new ones — ending right smack dab at the crosswalk, just begging the cyclist to cross here.
So, I would appreciate if someone could send me the quotation from the appropriate legislation identifying the offence.
And then I would appreciate a similar quote saying it’s right and proper to park a bicycle (surely its a vehicle under the act …) on a sidewalk. We don’t invite cars onto sidewalks …