A new law goes into effect on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The Three Feet For Safety Act attempts to make the roads safer for cyclists by requiring a three-feet buffer before cars can pass a cyclist on the road. If it is not safe to pass, then the driver must slow down and only pass when there is enough space. If a collision does occur, then the driver will be fined $220. Cyclists are rejoicing at this new law, but some drivers are not so happy. Read full article here.