Aug 11, 2015

S.F. bicyclists set to stage 2nd ‘stop-in’ protest - SFGate

Bikers have recently become the subject of ramped-up ticketing campaigns along The Wiggle, after Capt. John Sanford, who heads the police department’s Park Station, promised a crackdown on cyclists who skirt the law, which requires everyone on the road to come to a full and complete stop at all stop signs, with bikers having to go the extra step of putting a foot down. Taking the letter of the...

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