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Getting Around St. John's: A Cyclist's Handbook

This Handbook was written and reviewed by nationally certified cycling safety instructors. It provides information about laws contained in the Highway Traffic Act of Newfoundland and Labrador as well as cycling-related by-laws of the City of St. John’s. It also presents advice not included in the law, founded on the principle of best practices. While this Handbook will help protect your legal rights as a cyclist, it is not a proper legal authority and should not be relied upon in a court of law. In the event of a difference between material included in this Handbook and the Highway Traffic Act, the Act shall apply.

 

This best practices Handbook drew on ideas from numerous international cycling sources. Special thanks are due to the Canadian Cycling Association’s CAN-BIKE Program.

 

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This Handbook was written and reviewed by nationally certified cycling safety instructors. It provides information about laws contained in the Highway Traffic Act of Newfoundland and Labrador as well as cycling-related by-laws of the City of St. John’s. It also presents advice not included in the law, founded on the principle of best practices. While this Handbook will help protect your legal rights as a cyclist, it is not a proper legal authority and should not be relied upon in a court of law. In the event of a difference between material included in this Handbook and the Highway Traffic Act, the Act shall apply. 
This best practices Handbook drew on ideas from numerous international cycling sources. Special thanks are due to the Canadian Cycling Association’s CAN-BIKE Program.
This Handbook was written and reviewed by nationally certified cycling safety instructors. It provides information about laws contained in the Highway Traffic Act of Newfoundland and Labrador as well as cycling-related by-laws of the City of St. John’s. It also presents advice not included in the law, founded on the principle of best practices. While this Handbook will help protect your legal rights as a cyclist, it is not a proper legal authority and should not be relied upon in a court of law. In the event of a difference between material included in this Handbook and the Highway Traffic Act, the Act shall apply. 
This best practices Handbook drew on ideas from numerous international cycling sources. Special thanks are due to the Canadian Cycling Association’s CAN-BIKE Program.
This Handbook was written and reviewed by nationally certified cycling safety
instructors. It provides information about laws contained in the Highway Traffic
Act of Newfoundland and Labrador as well as cycling-related by-laws of the
City of St. John’s. It also presents advice not included in the law, founded on
the principle of best practices. While this Handbook will help protect your legal
rights as a cyclist, it is not a proper legal authority and should not be relied
upon in a court of law. In the event of a difference between material included
in this Handbook and the Highway Traffic Act, the Act shall apply.
This best practices Handbook drew on ideas from numerous international
cycling sources. Special thanks are due to the Canadian Cycling Association’s
CAN-BIKE Program.