Question Joe asked: While riding with traffic, single file, I often encounter walkers/joggers coming toward me, against the flow of traffic. Question is, who has the “right of way”?
Tag: Paved shoulder
Question Evan asked: On this page, http://flbikelaw.org/2012/05/walking-on-a-one-way-street/, you seem to agree that it is legal, but not recommended, to ride against traffic if on the shoulder. Does this include the paved portion outside the white line?
Question David asked: Is it possible to ride my bicycle through the Keys safely and legally. I would start in Miami and like to ride up to Key West.
Question Alex asked: What do the statutes say about cyclists and pedestrians, particularly when a pedestrian enters a designated bicycle lane? What does it say when both are using a paved shoulder?
Question Nathan asked: Is there a legal way to walk with traffic on a one-way street without sidewalks? Or do you have to go to the next block?
Question Herman asked: Is there a minimum width requirement for a bike lane to be a bike lane?
Question Nathan asked: Are you required to use a shoulder that is marked as a bike lane? For example: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ll=29.68452,-82.228471&spn=0.008296,0.016512&gl=us&t=m&z=17&layer=c&cbll=29.684345,-82.228663&panoid=hnjR0kHKenOb_aRjkq9rSQ&cbp=12,248.86,,0,0.09 This is obviously a shoulder, yet a sign says BIKE LANE BEGINS. (Incidentally, there’s a share the road sign just …