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Many streets in Asbury Park are narrow and may not provide enough space for a motor vehicle to safely pass a bicycle. On these narrower streets, a bicyclist can actually “take the lane”, i.e, position themselves at or near the center of the lane. In this way, motorists will see you and not be invited to unsafely squeeze by in the same lane.
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You must ride in the same direction as cars. A bicyclist has the same rights and duties as motorists, including stopping at red lights and stop signs.