League of American Bicyclists
Since 1982, Idaho has allowed bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs. The "Idaho stop" was followed in October by the "Delaware yield," and other states could follow suit.
Nobody seems to know why Republicans singled out cyclists' benefits.
That support is true among the next generation, as well: 89 percent of young adults -- aged 18-29 -- have a positive view of bicycling and 75 percent agree that their community would be a better place to live if biking and walking were safer and more comfortable.
Either way, Detroit continues to invest in cycling infrastructure to meet both bicycle commuters' and hobbyists' needs, and