Safety on our roadways depends on mutual respect and understanding that all users have shared road rights and responsibilities. 

Virginia roads serve as transportation corridors to bicyclists, motorists, and pedestrians.  Safety on our roadways depends on mutual respect and understanding that all users have shared road rights and responsibilities.  Motorists must pass at least 3 feet to the left of the cyclist.  Bicyclists must obey all traffic laws.  Pedestrians should wear reflective clothing and walk, jog or run on the side of the road facing traffic.  Sharing the road so everyone arrives alive is everyone’s responsibility.  Access Sharing the Road in Virginia:  Laws and Safety Tips for Bicyclists, Pedestrians, & Motorist

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