From tucsonbikelawyer.com:

It’s true!

Tucsonbikelawyer returned from a wilderness hiking trip to learn that Representative Quelland along with eight legislators has introduced a bill that would permit Arizona bicyclists to proceed through stop signs as if they were yield signs. My understanding is that Representative Quelland is a very serious bike commuter, so he would understand the need to let bicyclists pass cautiously through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop if it is safe to do so.

For more information on the Idaho stop law head over to BikePortland.org’s post regarding. When the time comes to advocate this bill we’ll let you know. In the meantime determine your district and legislators at http://www.azleg.gov/

2 Responses to “Idaho stop law proposed in Arizona”
  1. Kansei says:

    So sad, looks like this fizzled out before I even heard about it. I’ll continue to do what is safe and efficient for myself and other users of the raod http://bikeportland.org/2009/03/05/idaho-style-stop-law-fizzles-out-in-arizona-a-bad-sign-for-oregon/

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