The 3’ Law: Lessons Learned from a National Analysis of State Policies and Interviews (2012)

Jan 18, 2015 | Active Transportation, Reports

Due to the significant number of bicyclist fatalities and injuries that occur as a result of accidents with motorists, bicyclists in many states, including New Jersey, are demanding the adoption of a Three-Feet Law which requires motorists approaching a bicyclist traveling in the same direction to provide a minimum passing distance of three lateral feet between the vehicle and the bicyclist.

Read the full report here: 3-Foot-Final-Report-Draft_V7