24

Jun

NEW CYCLING CHANGES YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF

What new changes do cyclists need to know about? Beginning January 1, 2017: New bicycle traffic signals can be used to direct bicycle traffic at intersections Cyclists must obey bicycle traffic signals where they are installed Cyclists who do not obey bicycle traffic signals can face a set fine of $85; and, $120 in community safety zones[…]

24

Jun

NEW RULES AT PEDESTRIAN CROSSOVERS AND SCHOOL CROSSINGS AIMING TO REDUCE PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS

Beginning on January 1st, Ontario  drivers and cyclists must stop and yield the whole roadway at pedestrian crossovers as well as at school crossings where there is a crossing guard displaying a school crossing stop sign. Only when pedestrians and school crossing guards are safely on the sidewalk, can drivers and cyclists proceed to drive or cycle. DO DRIVERS HAVE TO[…]