Day: May 15, 2020

Bicycle Safety and Pennsylvania Laws

When you’re commuting on your bike, you’re likely to share the road with cars. If you know the laws, safety rules, and have the right attitude, you can be a confident, streetwise cyclist.

General Bicycle Law

Pennsylvania’s Vehicle Code considers “pedalcycles” as vehicles and provides that every person riding a pedalcycle upon a roadway shall be granted all of the rights and responsibilities applicable to a driver of a vehicle, with certain exceptions discussed below.

If you ride in violation of the traffic laws, you greatly increase your risk of a crash and will likely be found at fault in the event of an accident.

Riding on the Roadway

  • Bikes may be ridden on the shoulder of the road (in the same direction as the flow of traffic) but are not required to do so.

  • Bikes may also ride on the right half of the roadway as follows:

  • On a

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The Bicycle Shop

The Bicycle Shop has been selling and servicing bikes since 1946. Our dedicated staff is here to serve you in a friendly and professional manner.

We have the largest inventory in Central PA with over 500 bikes in stock.  Our staff specializes in most aspects of cycling: Commuting, Mountain Biking, Gravel/Road Cycling, BMX, Triathlon, and Cyclocross.

We service all makes and models of bicycles, usually within 24 hours. Our dedicated staff of mechanics and salespeople will be glad to help you with any of your cycling or fitness needs.

The highwheeler is back! We are reopening slowly with a smaller staff, and all sales will be made out front, but we’re looking forward to seeing everyone, from a distance!

Our current hours are 10-4pm Monday through Friday and 10-2 on Saturday.

All sales will be made out front, and we will be following social distancing rules.

We plan on taking

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Transportation in Los Angeles – Wikipedia

complex multimodal regional, national and international hub for passenger and freight traffic

Los Angeles has a complex multimodal transportation infrastructure, which serves as a regional, national and international hub for passenger and freight traffic. The system includes the United States’ largest port complex; an extensive freight and passenger rail infrastructure, including light rail lines and subway lines; numerous airports and bus lines; Transportation Network Companies; and an extensive freeway and road system. People in Los Angeles rely on cars as the dominant mode of transportation,[1] but since 1990 Los Angeles Metro Rail has built over one hundred miles (160 km) of light and heavy rail serving more and more parts of Los Angeles.

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Air transportation[edit]

LAX, the fourth busiest airport in the world.

In the Los Angeles metropolitan area, there are five commercial airports and many more general-aviation airports.

The primary Los

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