“Share the road” signs are not sending the message, according to a Sept. 12 news article, because bicyclists do not show common courtesy to motorists.
Cyclists will clog up a two-lane road, riding three or four abreast, rather than in a single file, which would allow a motorist to pass. Cyclists will go through a red light, if traffic is clear, disregarding traffic laws, that they want the general public to comply with.
It seems to me that cyclists are reaping what they sowed. “Courtesy” goes both ways. By the way, they should thank the motorists, who are paying for the road with their gas tax dollars.