The state’s politicians already looked at the idea in 2010; the law didn’t pass then, and it’s not likely to pass now. Still, this is encouraging news.
It’s safer than being wedged between cars, but it’s still illegal.
Here’s an auto journalist’s take on lane-splitting.
Following California’s path and possibly the state of Washington, Oregon may legalize lane splitting.
If passed, law would make Washington second US state to officially approve the practice.
University says practice is getting safer, more widely accepted in California; when will rest of continent catch up?
State senate doesn’t pass law allowing bikes to ride between lanes.
Nevada is supposedly considering allowing motorcycles to start lane splitting, following in California’s footsteps.
This week, watch a lesson in lane splitting!
California safety expert says lower risk of rear-end collision makes lane splitting a good option.