Starting today, Ohio drivers need to give bicyclists some room

Reaction to new Ohio bike space law

Starting Tuesday, Ohio drivers will have to give more space to bicyclists when passing.

When passing a bike, drivers must give at least three feet for bicyclists.

The Ohio Bicycle Federation has worked since 2009 for passage of a 3-foot passing clearance bill. According to the Federation, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Toledo already have three-foot passing laws. Now that the bill has passed, Ohio is the 28th state to have a three-foot passing requirement.

THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER


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