City Council will discuss changes in state law for bike riders

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The City Council of Minneapolis plans to look at possible changes in state law on Thursday regarding bicycle use.

These changes include a push for a study on the economic impact of bicycling, legislation that will deal with yielding to bicyclists in bike lanes, and a proposed law that would prohibit stopping a vehicle in a bike lane.

Increased funding for pedestrian and bicycle "infrastructure and programming" will also be discussed.

Reducing speed limits among areas that will be having construction regarding bicycle infrastructure may also be requested by the City.

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