Pittsburgh – Horror stories are told about bicyclists and drivers that led to animosity between them as both have equal rights to use thoroughfares. Now Pittsburgh’s dads have plan to separate them.
Biker Darrin Filer recounted that when he was in the bike lane a guy in front of him negotiated a u-turn and went over the hood.  He broke several ribs and a sprained his wrist. He added that he has been hit five times while biking on the streets of Pittsburgh. A new lane that would protect bikers for him is a great boon.

Last Thursday, the 60th Mayor of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto announced his plans of spending the amount of $250,000 from his city funds and grants to construct 5-mile protected bike lanes.

By the use of posts, markings and even small curb, drivers and bikers will be separated and results in safe ways.

Pat Hasset of the Pittsburgh Public Works said that the purpose is to create a safer street for the motorist and the cyclist. Stories about classes and animosities from both sides are not health environment on the road. Probably tgis plan will be the best solution to end this.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack

Construction will be done in a jiffy and city officials are confident that protected lanes will be done by Labor Day. Hopefully, this will accommodate traffic on the road during the holiday as there will riders of the two-wheel contraptions.

Traffic accidents of motorcycle make gory headlines in daily papers. Last Saturday afternoon, a motorcyclist was killed when he was ejected from his bike and fell down a grassy embankment in the County of Westmoreland.

The tragedy took place just after 4:40 o’clock in the afternoon along I- 76 in Hempfield Twp.

The victim was identified by Westmoreland County Coroner’s Office as Eric Murray, age 33 and resident of Adamsburg Borough.

According to the coroner’s report, Murray was driving east when for unknown reasons he lost control of his motorcycle. It went toward the center line as it left the road and crashed into a steel guardrail.

Murray was ejected from his motorcycle, thrown down an embankment and landed on a grassy spot near Frye Hollow Rd.

Coroner’s office noted that he was not wearing a helmet and the cause of his death was multiple blunt force injuries. he was pronounced dead at the scene around 7:00 o’clock that evening.

Another motorcycle story involved a student from the North Allegheny High School who was delivered to a local hospital after he crashed his bicycle in North Park last Sunday.

Police reported that the mishap occurred along the Road to Pierce Mill that Sunday afternoon.

The teen victim slammed into a guide rail and was airlifted to the Presbyterian Hospital UPMC as he sustained severe stomach injuries.

The young man who is in his junior year has been confirmed in stable condition.

Accident victims have rights. If you were injured in an accident, contact car accident lawyer now for free consultation. He will protect the rights of you and your loved ones. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering.

Sources: WPXI Com



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