In Palm Beach County, we often see large groups of cyclists riding together, many times on A1A. In fact, in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Manalapan, and Gulf Stream this occurs frequently. In Florida, how must a large group of cyclists proceed through a stop sign? Check out the following video for the answer! Additionally, the full video transcript is below.
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Florida Statute Section 316.2065(6)(b) states, “When stopping at a stop sign, persons riding bicycles in groups, after coming to a full stop and obeying all traffic laws, may proceed through the stop sign in a group of 10 or fewer at a time. Motor vehicle operators must allow one such group to travel through the intersection before moving forward.”
So, cyclists are not allowed to proceed through stops signs in groups with more than 10 cyclists.
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