If the house passes a bill it will allow bikers to treat red lights like stop signs.
Reports show that after a biker waits 60 seconds to check traffic they can proceed.
Bikers argue the fact that the sensors aren't picking up on bikers causing them to be stuck at the red lights.
"When the traffic starts they should go with the traffic and not against the traffic because someone could get hit and then they'll try and sue,"
said Thomasville Resident Stephanie Johnson.
Officers said going against a red light causes more potential for an accident especially if you don't have the right of way.
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