For over 25 years, Idaho bicyclists have have been able to treat stop signs as yield signs. Portlander Spencer Boomhower has put together a cool little animation entitled “Bicycles, Rolling Stops, and the Idaho Stop” that illustrates exactly how the Idaho Stop works and why it’s a great idea in many urban environments.
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