There are no federal laws outlining rules of the road. Instead, each state has its own set of traffic laws. In many cases, these are based at least in part on the Uniform Vehicle Code.
In addition to this, cities and towns may have their own traffic regulations, known as bylaws.
There are often regulations in other jurisdictions, including college campuses and military bases.
These local regulations may not take away any rights listed in the provincial or territorial traffic laws, unless this option is expressly permitted by the province or territory. They also may not permit a person riding a bike to do anything prohibited by provincial or territorial law.
See below for details on cycling in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Link to Municipal Bylaw:
Cycling Laws » Canada » SK – Saskatchewan» Regina
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