Canadian Road Safety News Digest

‘Ellen’s law’: Calls for road safety changes after death of star N.B. cyclist

January 1, 2017   |   Categories: Canadian Road Safety News Digest, News

CTV News (MONCTON, N.B.)

Cyclists rallied in Moncton, N.B., Sunday to demand their government make it illegal for vehicles to come within one metre of bicyclists.

Some of the roughly 100 demonstrators held up signs demanding “One Metre for Ellen” – a reference to Ellen Watters.

Watters was a 28-year-old professional cyclist who died last month after she was struck by a motorist near Sussex, N.B.

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