STANFORD, CA—Stanford University has finished renovating all the roads on campus with new High Occupancy Vehicle bike lanes.  These new HOV bike lanes are intended to support the University’s push for sustainability by reducing carbon emissions and by reducing traffic.

Stern Resident Kenny Wilson commented, “It was difficult at first to find people to bikepool with, but now that I have my group of 4, we really do save a lot of money on air for our tires.” 

Stanford police warn all residents that they will enforce the 3+ rule on the HOV lanes. Students who violate the rule will be ticketed and fined up to $437.  An option to take a class on defensive biking will be offered.

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