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    IT is a good suggestion, but that would also require that bicycle riders abide by the rules of the road for bicycles, like staying to the outside three feet of the lane of travel, not riding double triple or or more, which many bicyclists think they can do.

    In the United States the Rule is single wide, within the first three feet of the right shoulder, and prohibited from Major Highways, Freeways, and other high speed lanes of travel, that don't have dedicated bicycle lanes. I have seen the results of an "I rider", those that thin that bicycles have the ultimate right of way, and does not have to obey traffic control devices. He didn't suffer, luckily, when he went through a red traffic light and was hit by a automobile going 65 mpm /~110 kph, I closed his eyes forever, after watching him fly at least 50 feet up in the air and about 100 feet from the point of impact and his corpse was folded in half!

    So I will say that that feature would be a good thing, but only if the bicyclist has the app running, and obeys the rules of the road!

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    Give the wazers, or wazer passengers who nput hazards or lane closures into the system, needs to be more specific, as to which shoulder or which lane is blocked or if it is even in the opposite direction.

    Especially in the Major Metropolitan regions, the need to be able to know which shoulder or lane has disabled vehicles or other dangerous objects in them is important. A broke down car on the smaller left shoulder is much more dangerous to traffic than one in the wide right shoulder, or if there is a disabled car or accident blocking the #2 &3 lanes in a 7 lane freeway, is very important, as cars moving at freeway speeds might not have enough time to stop or make a sudden lane change, if they did not know which lanes were affected. Many times when a vehicle is involved in an accident or has a mechanical breakdown, especially during rush hours, they will not be able to get to the right shoulder, they may be forced to the left shoulder or stay in place, and until responders are able to get to the scene there is a high likelihood of a secondary accident, if there is no alert of the incident.

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