New Bicycle Signs to be Upgraded

In a case that is bound to cause an uproar with those who hated the signs to begin with, the excellent new “use full lane” signs are now being replaced with a newer version. The phrase “use full lane” is being replaced with “may use full lane”, which admittedly is much clearer. KFOR put together a piece about the new signs: The cost to correct this error is $18,000. It should be noted that the city council appears to be full behind the new signs despite recent rumors to the contrary. [Read More]

Vandals Attack New Bicycle Signs

These absolutely wonderful, and given the limited nature of the cycling efforts around here, very surprising signs have been appearing around town. Finally, some recognition about the rights of cyclists on the roads and what is expected of motor vehicles. However, someone has decided that these signs shouldn’t be put up in the first place: Oklahoma City workers began installing signs to promote cycling in October, but vandals have torn down some of the new signs. [Read More]