"Yes, that is exactly what I think! When the bike lane is in the door zone of parked cars, I take the space marked within it as exactly the space one shouldn't ride in. I usually ride right on the right-hand white line, as others have said."
"Rule 146: "A driver on a multi-lane road must drive so the driver's vehicle is completely in amarked lane ..."
In the case of a bicycle lane, I think "completely in" would mean that the entire bicycle, including the…"
"Ah very nice. Reasonable and clear explanation ! Any idea how wide that bike lane is ? I guess I could take a tape measure next time I go down there. I'm figuring 1m for the door and my total bike width is 0.5 m. So my…"
"Yep, I also cycle pretty much right on the right-hand white line. As far as I am concerned the majority of "bike-lanes" are "no-cycle-lanes" aka "get doored lanes".
I remember on this same forum someone getting hassled…"
As we know Rule 247 (1) says The rider of a bicycle riding on a length of road with a bicycle lane designed for bicycles travelling in the same direction as the rider must ride in the bicycle lane unless it is impracticable to do But what does "in" mean ? Is it enough to have my wheels on the RH line ? Or does the whole bicycle, panniers etc need to be inside the line.My guess is I'm a vehicle and I would expect in means the vehicle is in. That's what I'd expect to apply to cars and trucks.I'm…See More
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