Bear Creek Greenway - Rules to Ride By
by Gary Shaff on Dec, 24 2014
A report earlier this week describing a pedestrian injury on a multi-use path in Clackamas County serves as a reminder to:
- be aware of and courteous to other Bear Creek Greenway (BCG) users,
- ride at a speed that reflects the conditions (but not more than 15 mph),
- buy and use a bell (or your voice) to forewarn other users of the BCG of your approach,
- slow down when passing people walking and be especially cautious when they have a dog, and
- always drive defensively.
- If in doubt – refer to item 1, above.
Here’s a more extensive story about conflicts on multi-use paths.
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