Do you know the law?

Know the law before hitting the road

Did you know that people riding bikes have almost all the same rights and responsibilities for using the road as people driving cars? Did you know that pedestrians have the right-of-way in crosswalks? Cars are supposed to stop! Did you know that the Cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette require vehicles to leave 3 feet clear when passing people on bikes? Be sure to review these state and local laws and ordinances.

Indiana Bicycle Laws

Lafayette 3-Feet Safe Passing Ordinance

West Lafayette Overtaking Bicyclists Ordinance

West Lafayette Bicycles Ordinance

West Lafayette Pedestrians Ordinance

West Lafayette Streets & Sidewalks Ordinance

Bike/Walk News

Mayor Roswarski to fill five positions on new Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Dec 15, 2017

Lafayette Mayor Roswarski is looking to fill five positions on the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Please see the press release here for more information. Bike Pedestrian Advisory Committee Press Release

Community

Lafayette is located at 40°24′38″N 86°52′29″W (40.410585, -86.874681)[16] and lies in Fairfield and Wea Townships. Elevation at the court house is 550 feet (168 m), but city elevations range from a little over 500 feet (150 m) at the Wabash River to approximately 700 feet (210 m) in the areas of Murdock Park and Columbian Park.

According to the 2010 census, Lafayette has a total area of 27.74 square miles (71.85 km2), all land.

Source: Wikipedia