|January 1st, 1920|
|From June earlier; the law passed|
See especially at BikePortland:
- "Oregon passes version of “Idaho Stop” law that allows bike riders to treat stop signs as yields"
- "Guest Post: How Oregon got Idaho Stop"
- "Comment of the Week: From Jason Meggs, Idaho Stop law researcher"
|Cars are a big problem|
Final pie chart from Our Salem
Addendum, January 6th
|LTE yesterday the 5th|
The idea that autoists constitute some imperiled class, hemmed-in and threatened by people on bike, needing extra protection from the police against rampant law-braking - all that is risible, unhinged even, unmoored from reality.
But it is evidence of the hegemonic way that autoism hides itself as power and norm.
(updated with LTE and commentary)
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