Another State Adds the 'Idaho Stop'
Colorado joined Idaho and Delaware in passing legislation that would allow cyclists the option of making an "Idaho Stop" at intersections. But what's an "Idaho Stop"? The "Idaho Stop" began, of course, in Idaho in 1982. It allows cyclists at an intersection to treat a stop sign as if it were a yield sign, and as of 2005 a cyclist can treat a red light as if it were a stop sign. Here's a good video showing how it works: For about 35 years Idaho was the only state that allowed