Rewarding ‘Bad Behavior’ In San Francisco with Laxer Laws

Background Reading

Summary

Supervisor John Avalos, left, wants SFPD to make ticketing cyclists who safely roll through stop signs the lowest law enforcement priority. (San Francisco Bicycle Coalition )

Supervisor John Avalos, left, wants SFPD to make ticketing cyclists who safely roll through stop signs the lowest law enforcement priority. (San Francisco Bicycle Coalition )

For the first time, today your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition offers its unfettered support for the proposed San Francisco Bike Yield Law.

For the first time, today your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition offers its unfettered support for the proposed San Francisco Bike Yield Law.


TakeAways

Isn’t San Francisco the city where a cyclist rolled through a crosswalk and managed to kill a senior citizen who happened to be a business owner? So I guess the moral here is that your actions as a community do not reflect on the degree of reward for bad behavior applied?

Now we should all work diligently to make certain that motorists get the same freedoms.