Friday 26 Oct 2018 by Steve Magas |
In September, in little Granger Township, Ohio, the folks at Bike Medina County presented some bike safety concerns to Township Trustees snipping herunterladen.
“Members of a local cycling organization approached the Granger Board of Trustees with some concerns and a proposed solution at the board’s meeting Sept java download for free windows 10. 24.
Beth Schnabel and Lynne Nawalaniec, of Bike Medina County, a group that advocates bicycle safety, discussed the lack of safe cycling routes in the county and expressed their concerns about the conditions of the township’s roads and trails for bikers www.dropboxen. They pointed out many county roads are very heavily traveled with no safe routes marked for biking.”
They had a generous donor who was willing to pay some $8,000 for 100 signs reminding motorists about Ohio’s 3 Foot Passing Law for bicycles filme aus mediathek downloaden mac. The Township folks took it under advisement…
On October 25, it was reported:
The Granger Board of Trustees revisited a previous proposal to reinforce bicycle safety this week city bus simulator münchen for free.
At the board’s Oct. 22 meeting, Trustee John Ginley said he contacted Medina County Engineer Andy Conrad about a proposal presented at a previous meeting regarding the addition of signs enforcing a 3-foot passing law for vehicles passing bicycle riders on Granger roads herunterladen. The idea was presented by two representatives of Bike Medina County, a local group that advocates bicycle safety.
Ginley presented several points given to him by Conrad, explaining not all township roads have center lines and the white lines on the sides of the roads are often very close to the edges videos online herunterladen. He said due to the hzards presented on township and county roads, including motorists who speed or text while driving, he believes the addition of such signs would draw more cyclists to the streets, but also present them with a false sense of security herunterladen.
Ginley also pointed out it would cost more than $500,000 per mile to widen roads for bike paths. He said he will call the representatives of Bike Medina County and explain the township will not add such signs at this time herunterladen.
Soooo… I’m clearly not following the township logic here…
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