Schools are starting back here locally, which can create a lot more traffic. Earlier this year, Utah passed a law for lane filtering:
I very much appreciated the new law earlier this morning when a main road near me was backed up really far near a new high school; I was able to safely and legally filter between lanes towards the front of a lot of crowded traffic. Not only did this filtering allow some space in the lanes to free up that I would have otherwise occupied, but it also can help avoid getting hit by someone not paying attention behind me.
I know many other countries already understand the benefits of lane filtering. But I appreciate that we have it here locally now, too.
How do you feel about lane filtering? Do you live in a place where it is common? If not, do you wish you did?