Cyclists navigate the Wiggle, a one-mile, zigzagging route in San Francisco, Oct. 13, 2015. The Wiggle was the site of a protest by cyclists this summer against having to stop at stop signs. A proposed ordinance backed by the majority of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors would allow bicyclists to yield instead of fully stopping.
Cyclists navigate the Wiggle, a one-mile, zigzagging route in San Francisco, Oct. 13, 2015. The Wiggle was the site of a protest by cyclists this summer against having to stop at stop signs. A proposed ordinance backed by the majority of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors would allow bicyclists to yield instead of fully stopping. JASON HENRY The New York Times
Cyclists navigate the Wiggle, a one-mile, zigzagging route in San Francisco, Oct. 13, 2015. The Wiggle was the site of a protest by cyclists this summer against having to stop at stop signs. A proposed ordinance backed by the majority of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors would allow bicyclists to yield instead of fully stopping. JASON HENRY The New York Times

Cyclists bridle at stop signs, and a city may yield

October 24, 2015 12:01 AM

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