Tags: politicsurban planningcommutingtrafficfun Comments GMD (not verified) I trust that this means that Tue, 12/30/2008 - 18:15 I trust that this means that cyclists have such a strong claim to this route that they have to be reminded that cars have are allowed passage as well. My father takes this route out to Assiniboine Park and back (about 15 km) each day (during the season). Erhard Those signs might be worth a try in TO.... Tue, 12/30/2008 - 19:23 ....We should put up a few of those and see what happens! I think the message would confuse our drivers to the point of befuddlement. They might be shocked enough to change their general attitude. chephy (not verified) The reaction will be: Tue, 12/30/2008 - 20:48 The reaction will be: HOOOOOOOOOOOOONK! "Get out of my way, you, dumbass! See, I have the right to use the street which means you slowpoke cyclist must GET OFF THE STREET TO GIVE WAY!!!" P.S. Bikes are "vehicle traffic" too. kiwano Statutory definitions. Wed, 12/31/2008 - 01:12 Actually, in Manitoba, bicycles aren't vehicle traffic. The Manitoba HTA excludes from its definition of vehicle "[any] device designed to be moved solely by human muscular power" (C.C.S.M. c. H60 s. 1(1)). (Pedantry, it's what's for dinner) A.R. (not verified) Bicycles not vehicles? Thu, 01/08/2009 - 21:05 That law in Manitoba seems confusing since bicycles are vehicles. The fact that no one considered that in creating the law might suggest a true lack of bicycle awareness and culture. Or it was just bureaucracy. I don't want to be melodramatic.