bicycle signals

2:49 pm
Wed January 29, 2014

Michigan bicyclists get new right turn signal

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State officials say the old approved hand signal was outdated and confusing to motorists.
LANSING - Michigan bicyclists are getting another way to signal a right turn. Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed legislation giving bicyclists the option of signaling a right turn by extending their right arm horizontally. Until now, they could signal a right turn with an L position by extending their left arm upward.
3:25 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Bike signals might change in Michigan

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To signal a right turn on a bicycle, you’re supposed to use an upturned left arm. But many cyclists just put their right arm straight out. A bill that’s circulating in the state House would allow both.
LANSING - On a day when the federal government shutdown and the Affordable Care Act went into effect, even the most mundane business was happening in the state Capitol. The House Transportation and Infrastructure committee unanimously passed a bill that would allow bicyclists to use an additional method to signal a right hand turn.