Houston drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians don’t share well, even though the signs tell them that’s the law.
Drivers rail when forced to share space and slow down. Pedestrians and wheelchair users cringe when they step into harm’s way. Bicyclists trade horror stories about drivers who buzz them, honk or throw bottles and cans.
Both sides say the other doesn’t obey the law: Bicyclists ignore stop signs. Drivers speed or fail to give riders and walkers adequate room, including stopping on and not before crosswalks…
The Houston Chronicle
Dug Begley | NOVEMBER 1, 2018