Vancouver PD filming a bike safety PSA

This just in from a source in Vancouver….

Officer Patrick Johns of the Vancouver Police Department will be shooting a Public Service Announcement on bicycle safety.

He wants to show that people should wear helmets, ride their bikes on the correct side of the road, in the bike lane, and wear bright colored clothes etc., when they are riding bicycles.

They will be videotaping on Wednesday August 11th at 9:00 AM, on SE McGillvray near its intersection with SE Talton.

If you are interested, please email Officer Johns at or you can call him at (360) 487-7477

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13 years ago

how original. your tax dollars at work?

good script is already written: . just add creepy masks and it’s golden:

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Bike Lanes? These are a pair of streets that are right next to the transit centers where automobile speeds regularly exceed 40mph, but to Vancouver the problem is still people riding on the wrong side of the road without helmets…