The Florida Senate, on Wednesday, unanimously passed the Aaron Cohen Life Protection Act which will toughen penalties for hit-and-run drivers in serious accidents.
The Rickenbacker Causeway, linking Miami to Key Biscayne and named for a famed adventurer, can pose a life and death venture for some.
Bicyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, skateboarders and people driving horse-drawn carriages would be among those receiving a new designation while on the road, under a measure filed in the Florida Legislature.
County leaders, co-workers, friends and family members of cyclist Aaron Cohen came together Saturday morning to mark the two-year anniversary of his death.
As her son clutches a photo of his dad, Patty Cohen remembers her husband Aaron Cohen.
A measure in the name of Aaron Cohen, a triathlete killed when a driver struck him and drove off, has been introduced which, if passed, would increase the penalties of hit-and-run drivers who cause serious bodily injuries.
A Miami area driver who pled guilty to leaving the scene of an accident on the Rickenbacker Causeway which left a cyclist dead and another injured will have to wait until next year to find out how much time he will serve in prison.
The Miami driver involved in a hit-and-run case with a cyclist on the Rickenbacker Causeway pleaded guilty with no plea deal.
Cyclists from all over South Florida gathered Wednesday morning for a memorial bike ride to remember Aaron Cohen.
Modifications to three bike lanes on the Rickenbacker Causewayto make them safer for cyclists are underway.