There is a particular road at Purdue that has a bike lane. The road is a one way that is fairly heavily travelled.
The problem is, most college students believe that a bike lane on a one-way road means that they can go against traffic while in the bike lane. When approaching a bicycle at a combined speed of 35MPH, it is really dangerous to glance over your shoulder to find an opening in the traffic.
My question, is there anything I can do to make these riders quit riding against traffic?
Is there anything the police can do? Since bikes are not registered, how can they give a person a ticket?
We do have to carry University ID's. Plus, stopping a student and asking for an ID would make them late for class as well. Maybe that is an idea I can give the police department.
Any other ideas?