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  1. mbishop at |

    Under NY State law, people on bikes and skates do NOT have the right of way when they violate the law. Over $3,000,000 was spent to build bike paths on this campus. PLEASE USE THEM and NOT the roads. When these paths cross pedestrian traffic, the pedestrian has the right of way, not the bike/skate. Cyclists/skaters need to stay on the bike paths AND NOT IN THE ROAD. When a path crosses a roadway, the cyclists/skaters MUST stop before crossing the road. When bike paths merge with cross walks and traverse across roadways, cyclists/skaters must get off their bikes/skates and walk across the roadway, otherwise you are violating laws and can be charged for any damage/injury you cause.


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