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Bikers, demand change!

Students thought they were biking safely on Wednesday, February 6, when a troop of Stanford cops ticketed them at one of Stanford’s tamest intersections outside Arrillaga Dining Hall. The road ended in a cul-de-sac where the right of way was so clear that the students, despite the stop sign, quickly scanned for traffic and advanced without coming to a complete stop.

SUDPS warns of biking dangers

Hundreds of vehicles zoom around a circle, trying to avoid each other and reach their destinations as quickly as possible. No, it’s not NASCAR, it’s Stanford’s notorious “circle of death,” the traffic circle near the Clock Tower that is perennially clogged with bicyclists during peak traffic times. Deputy Allen James of the Stanford University Department…