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Editorial: Three feet too far

Troy Orem

October 8, 2014

Filed under OPINION

To say that bicycles are the scourges of the road is an understatement. They are some of the most inconsiderate users of the public roadways and yet our government continues making special concessions for them. A new law which went into effect Sept. 16 forces drivers to ensure that there is at least three feet (about the length of an open car door) between the cyclist and thems...

Sharing is not just caring: How the Three Feet for Safety Act will help make roads safer for all

Torrey Spoerer

October 8, 2014

Filed under OPINION

On Tuesday Sept. 16, a new state road law cited as the Three Feet for Safety Act, requiring motorists to give bicyclists a minimum 3-foot barrier of space at all times, officially went into effect and made California the 23rd state in the nation to uphold guidelines on measuring space distance when sharing the road. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sponsored Assemblyman Ste...

New law won’t fix real problems: Three Feet for Safety Act will increase tension between motorists and cyclists

Celia Jimenez

October 8, 2014

Filed under OPINION

On Sept. 16, the Three Feet for Safety Act became effective in California with the intention of providing safer roads for cyclists and creating a better interaction between drivers and cyclists. But will this measure actually work?The number of states who've implicated similar three feet distance laws between car and cyclists has doubled since 2001, but the number of deaths...

Women’s volleyball team finishes second overall in San Diego City College tournament

Women’s volleyball team finishes second overall in San Diego City College tournament

David Pradel, Sports Editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

In a day filled with nonstop volleyball action, the San Diego City College women’s volleyball team finished second overall out of 13 teams in the 8th...

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