Bikes May Use Sidewalk

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    Hamilton Avenue at Highway 17, Campbell, California (near the Fry's electronics store).

    The city of Campbell prohibits bike riding on sidewalks (Campbell Municipal Code 10.48.120), though I guess this sign means there's an exception along this portion of Hamilton.

    1. David B2007 55 months ago | reply

      I'm so glad you posted this pic. There's a spot in my hometown where I've been working with the city to improve the bicycle routing near where it goes over 101. I knew this sign was there in Campbell but I've never gotten there with camera in hand and the right lighting/time to take the pic. Thanks! Now I can link to it in my presentation and ask for it in my neighborhood.

      Now if you could just photograph a 'Right on Red OK After Stop'.... There was a great one in a presentation for an east bay city but I lost the URL. Now I think there's one on the Alameda to SB 880 on-ramp... :)

    2. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 55 months ago | reply

      @Dave, Hi - The only "Right on Red OK After Stop" signs I know about are in New York City, where right on red is normally prohibited. Many cycling advocates would like 42 USC § 6322(c) (the Federal law mandating right-on-red laws) repealed altogether.

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