The hearing went well with One Less Car, Baltimore Bicycling Club and Baltimore Spokes testifying in favor of the bill with amendments. Those opposed

1) The bill (without amendments) is redundant with current law
Current law already implies that motorists must pass cyclists safely that much is true but as to what is the legal minimum distance for a safe passing is not stated. As well as who has the right of way when a cyclist is in the bike lane has its confusing points. Given a situation where a bike lane or shoulder is overlaid by a right turn lane, who has the right of way? Some say the cyclist going straight has the right of way other point to the law that says:

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