Patch wants to know what you think about a bill that would hold motorists to a 3-foot rule when passing bicyclists.
SB 1464 would make it a legal requirement for automobiles to give bicyclists a minimum clearance of 3 feet when passing. The proposed state bill has been approved by the California Senate and is up for a vote by the state Assembly on Friday.
The California Assembly Transportation Committee voted in favor of the bill in June. An earlier version of the bill was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown because it would have required motorists to reduce their speed to at least 15 mph if providing 3 feet of passing space was not possible.
Do you support SB 1464? Vote in our poll and tell us what you think in the comments section below.