NJ Assembly passes bill requiring 4-foot buffer between drivers, cyclists

Drivers who violate the bill would face fines

Drivers who violate the bill would face fines of between $100 and $500. (June 17, 2014 12:50 PM)

A new bill aims to create a regulated space between drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians.

The state Assembly passed a bill yesterday that would require drivers to give at least 4 feet of space on the road.

Drivers who violate the bill would face fines of between $100 and $500.

Some Assembly members argued that four feet of space is too much on some of the more narrow roads.

The...

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This is long overdue It's a terrible idea Four feet is not enough

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