Monthly Archives: June 2014

COMMUNITY SPOKES CHAMPION EDUCATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF MAINE’S 3- FOOT LAW


  In 2007, Maine’s “3-Foot Law” went into effect. The law requires cars to pass bicyclists with “due care” by giving them at least three feet of clearance when passing. In 2013, The Coalition worked with state legislators to pass … Continue reading

 

New Portland-Falmouth bridge opens to pedestrians, bikes (PPH)


The $23.5 million bridge on Route 1 has been under construction for a year. By Chelsea Diana Staff Writer After more than a year of squeezing between construction work and cars while cycling on Martin’s Point Bridge, Brian Allenby was … Continue reading

 

New Martin’s Point Bridge open to pedestrians, cyclists (Falmouth Forecaster)


  This article originally appeared on theforecaster.net Photo: Ben McCanna / The Forecaster Brian Allenby, communications director for the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, rides from Portland to Falmouth across the new Martin’s Point Bridge with fellow cyclists on Monday, the opening … Continue reading