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Which way? #13569742 05/24/20 04:13 PM
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Since the quarantine and gyms have been shut down it's evident more people are taking walks/runs. Individually, in small groups, with and without pets. Do you have a preference as to which side of the path/road you walk on?

Growing up I was taught to walk on the side with traffic flow. That changed some years back and the preference is for walkers/runners to go against the flow of traffic. Cyclists are to be treated as "motorists" and are to be given the lane however must obey traffic laws.

I drove outside of my county last week for the 1st time in a month. Came home through Collin county and saw a bit of everything. I ride my bike quite a bit and when consistent will average 75-100 miles/week but I do not consider myself a sprocket jockey.


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Re: Which way? [Re: H2O Seeker] #13570493 05/25/20 11:32 AM
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Can I put my weight bench in the road and exercise?

Re: Which way? [Re: RedRanger] #13570536 05/25/20 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by RedRanger
Can I put my weight bench in the road and exercise?


Personal preference. I do but then again I live on a dead end road.


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Re: Which way? [Re: H2O Seeker] #13612898 06/30/20 01:47 AM
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Walk to the right, pass to the left.....





It's not that difficult . . . . . .


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Re: Which way? [Re: DanDaBald] #13613056 06/30/20 07:08 AM
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Originally Posted by DanDaBald
Walk to the right, pass to the left.....





It's not that difficult . . . . . .

You like chancing being hit from behind not even knowing it's coming? Walking FACING oncoming traffic at least gives a pedestrian a chance to see what could happen imminently, so jumping out of the way could save your own life.....

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Originally Posted by DanDaBald
Walk to the right, pass to the left.....





It's not that difficult . . . . . .


That is the rule of thought when walkng, running, or riding on a path in the park but not on the roadways now.


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