Paris allows cyclists to 'Turn Right On Red'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33773868 et al.
As a driver, this seems perfectly reasonable to me
Although it's being billed as being revolutionary, in the USA it's been a fairly common feature for decades at many junctions (for all traffic).
[Obviously, in the UK, it would be 'Turn Left On Red'.]
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"Ian Jackson" wrote in message
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33773868 et al.
As a driver, this seems perfectly reasonable to me
Although it's being billed as being revolutionary, in the USA it's been a fairly common feature for decades at many junctions (for all traffic).
[Obviously, in the UK, it would be 'Turn Left On Red'.]
--
Ian


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On 13/08/2015 12:57, Edmund J. Burke wrote:

Not everywhere in the States.
One obvious exception is in New York City (though it's OK elsewhere in New York State).
The NYC exception arises out of the grid-pattern of the streets.

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