In the heart of New Orleans' Mid-City neighborhood, people biking is not uncommon, especially on the Lafitte Greenway, a bike and pedestrian trail.

Where the Greenway meets Jeff Davis Parkway, cars roll right through the crosswalk, but when a pedestrian is there, drivers are legally required to stop.

Many say, drivers and people biking need to be aware and follow the rules of the road now, more than ever.

"When Katrina struck in 2005, there were 11 miles of bike paths in New Orleans. Now it's over 100," Dan Favre said.

Source: Fox 8 WVUE

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