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  • Bicycle Safety Bill Passes State Senate and Cycles on to the House

    Bicycle Colorado reports that the Colorado Senate approved the 2009 Bicycle Safety Bill (Senate Bill 148) last Tuesday 26-7! The Senate process resulted in no major changes, keeping a three feet safe passing distance in the bill.

    The bill specifies drivers must allow 3 feet of clearing when passing and creates a limited exception to the prohibition on driving left of center to allow drivers to give bicyclists extra room. It also prohibits harassment of bicyclists with penalties for driving a vehicle in a threatening manner or throwing an object from a moving vehicle.

    BikeDenver board member Robert Clark and Interim Executive Director Piep van Heuven testified in favor of the bill as it was initially introduced at the Senate Transportation Committee meeting on February 10th. The BikeDenver Board of Directors was pleased that language defining harassing behavior toward bicyclists remained in the bill but disappointed penalties were amended to match other traffic violations, as the Board believes that greater protections for bicyclists are needed. BikeDenver leaders are pleased to see the strong and increasing support from Republicans and Democrats in the Colorado Senate and House, as evidenced by the growing number of co-sponsors, many of whom spoke on the Senate floor in support of the bill last week.

    Next Steps: SB 148 now moves to the House where sponsor Representative Michael Merrifield (D-Manitou Springs) and co-sponsors will take up the effort. The bill has been assigned to the transportation and energy committee.

    How You Can Help: Call or email the State Representative from your district and ask them to support Senate Bill 148 for bicycle safety. Briefly tell them why bicycle safety is important to you and ask them to include 3 feet to pass and safe lane positioning.

    State Representatives serving Denver:
    District 1 – Jeanne Labuda
    District 2 – Mark Ferrandino
    District 3 – Anne McGihon
    District 4 – K. Jerry Frangas
    District 5 – Joel Judd
    District 6 – Lois Court
    District 7 – Terrance Carroll (Speaker of the House)
    District 8 – Beth McCann
    District 9 – Joe Miklosi

    To find your representative and their contact information, please visit: The Colorado General Assembly

    For more information on this and other bills pending in the State of Colorado related to bicycling please visit: Bicycle Colorado

    Posted in Action Items, Bicycle News
    3 comments on “Bicycle Safety Bill Passes State Senate and Cycles on to the House
    1. Doug Oates says:

      Hooray!

      Thank you Bike Denver for posting this fabulous news.

      Shouldn’t everyone contact their elected official to voice support? Can we raise awareness in our blogs, letters to newspapers, and companion organizations (bike teams and clubs)?

      I hope so.

    2. Carolyne Janssen says:

      I’ve overheard comments from coworkers (who drive cars exclusively) who are grumbling. “It’s not enforceable.” Etc. Think dinosaurs….

    3. Solstice1319 says:

      I have never been a biker, I love my Pontiac Solstice. But drivers need to have more respect and caution for bikers, both motorized and human-powered. Well done, Colorado!

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