"Safe On Red" Campaign Launched Throughout State

A new law will go into effect on October 1st, changing the way motorcylists and bicyclists go through intersections.

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nvkid - 9/28/2013 2:02 PM
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Are you kidding me? It would be much simpler to change the sensitivity of roadway sensors at the master control box. Mark my words, with this new law, there will be many more accidents because drivers won't see the 2 wheelers.

Denton - 9/28/2013 12:33 PM
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Deadmeat99 is right bicycles blow right through stop signs and red lights and motorcycles also have done the turn on red already. I have seen both do what they want just like Cars, etc. In a 15 mph zones I have seen motorcycles power through at 50 mph plus as they have np patience so of course a law where you can now go against the red is allowed is only going to make them more prone to do it with out stoping or waiting the approtate time they feel they have hte acellerTION TO BEAT

yourname - 9/27/2013 4:15 PM
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If you have ever ridden a motorcycle you know that you could sit at some lights all day and they will never change. You are simply not heavy enough to trigger the sensor in the street. So you are forced to run the red light risking the ticket. It would be nice to know that you are not going to get a ticket for trying just make a turn that is impossible. Also I have scooted forward out in to the sidewalk to let the car behind me trigger the sensor, risking the safety of the PEDESTRIANS.

Deadmeat99 - 9/27/2013 1:07 PM
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"All throughout Nevada, motorcyclists or bicyclists pull up to a red light and they wait" LOL where is this happening? I rarely see bicycles stop for stop signs or red lights. They pedal right through without regard for traffic or traffic laws, and then get indignant when drivers have to avoid them.

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