Bicyclists, motorists: 'Ride Right, Drive Right' Signage in South Florida
Seventeen new signs dot the streets in South Florida, hoping to educate motorists and cyclists about each group's rights on the road. It's all part of a program called "Ride Right, Drive Right," a collaborative effort between the Florida DOT, South Florida Bike Coalition and zMotion, a Zimmerman Advertising cycling team. In all, 17 new signs have been installed along A1A between Boca Raton and Manalapan, Florida. "These new signs remind motorists they are required to give at least three feet of clearance when passing a cyclist," says Jeffrey Lynne, President of the Board of the South Florida Bike Coalition.