idaho stop law
Slow then go: Checking in on Oregon’s new stop sign law
I don’t want to jinx it, but we’re 44 days into being an “Idaho Stop” state and the sky hasn’t fallen. I haven’t heard of any crashes caused by confusion over Oregon’s new law, and there have been (remarkably) zero biased news stories or crazy op-eds about it.
Oregon passes version of “Idaho Stop” law that allows bike riders to treat stop signs as yields
16 years after it was first proposed, we finally did it.
Big weekend push helps Oregon’s ‘Idaho Stop’ bill pass final committee
Just one step remains. A vote on the House floor that will likely go our way.
Oregon’s Idaho Stop bill needs your help – this weekend! – to get over the finish line
Your emails this weekend could make all the difference.
Stops-as-yields bill up for possible vote in House committee
Senate Bill 998 — Oregon’s version of the “Idaho Stop” law that would allow bicycle riders to treat stop signs and flashing red signals like yields — has finally made it to the House. Since our report on this bill last week, the bill passed the full Oregon Senate yesterday by a vote of 21 … Read more
Oregon’s version of ‘Idaho stop’ rolls closer to passage
Hopefully the bill can keep moving through the process without coming to a complete stop.
Senate committee passes ‘Idaho Stop’ bill allowing bicycle riders to yield at stop signs
10 years after it was last debated in the Oregon Legislature, a concept known as “Idaho Stop” has once again found its way into a bill. And it passed its first committee vote yesterday, just hours before a key legislative deadline. Senate Bill 998 wasn’t on anyone’s radar before last week. Up until then it … Read more