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“Give Me 3” Campaign Unveiled Today

In an effort to remind motorists that bicycles are legally equal moving vehicles on the streets, the LADOT Bicycle Safety Awareness Campaign rolled out “Give me 3” posters today, with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa installing its first poster on the bus shelter at city hall on the corner of 1st & Main.

Give Me 3

While California currently has no passing standards for bicycles, this “Give Me 3” campaign should go hand-in-glove with Council Member Bill Rosendahl’s call for a 3 foot passing zone to be made state law. 3 feet of passing room is not only safe, it is also courteous; it recognizes that bicyclists have every right of the road that drivers already enjoy.


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