Revisit road rules

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Is there a reason we can’t enforce some kind of rules as mentioned by letter writer Max Sestil Jr. concerning bicycles (“Signs Should Provide Rules for Cyclists in Various Zones,” Dec. 2)? 

It is very difficult to see or hear a bicycle approaching.

Having had several “close calls,” I can only attest to a need for improved instructions to bike riders. Clearly a need for rethinking the issue is at hand.

Surely we can devise a more common-sense approach to this “problem,” one that will allow for a more peaceful and efficient co-existence. On dangerous streets where pedestrian traffic is very minimal, the use of the sidewalk should be revisited.

CAROL RUNCO
Bloomfield


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