San Francisco Rolling Bicycle Stop Ordinance Vetoed By Mayor LeeSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee followed through Tuesday on his pledge to veto an ordinance that would have allowed bicyclists to roll through stop signs when it was safe to do so.
San Francisco Supervisors Vote To Allow Rolling Stops For CyclistsThe rules of the road could be changing in San Francisco as the Board of Supervisors voted early Tuesday evening to allow cyclists to make safe rolling stops at stop signs.
Ordinance To Let SF Bicyclists Roll Through Stop Signs Heading To Board For Full ApprovalAn ordinance that would allow bicyclists to roll through stop signs while traveling at a maximum speed of 6 mph in San Francisco was approved by the Land Use and Transportation Committee and will now go to the full board for approval where it will need eight votes to override the mayor’s expected veto.
Mayor Ed Lee Pledges To Veto Rolling Stop Legislation For San Francisco BicyclistsSan Francisco Mayor has pledged to veto any legislation allowing bicyclists to roll through stop signs on city streets.
SF Police Captain Behind 'Rolling Stop' Crackdown On Cyclists Is Seen Doing The SameA San Francisco police captain who led a crackdown on bicyclists rolling through stop signs has been caught on video rolling through a stop sign on his bicycle.
San Francisco Ordinance Would Allow Rolling Bicycle StopsSan Francisco supervisors have announced a plan to allow bicyclists roll through stop signs if it can be done safely.