A bicyclist was injured Wednesday morning in a crash with a truck on Pacific Coast Highway that closed the road in both directions east of Malibu.
Details regarding the bicyclist's condition were not immediately available.
The crash was reported at about 5 a.m. Traffic was backing up at Coastline Drive early Wednesday, but the road reopened at about 7 a.m.
The stretch of road has long been the subject of safety concerns among cyclists who shared the roadway with vehicles. The city of Malibu is working on a Pacific Coast Highway Safety study to assess road conditions, accident patterns, traffic and possible safety improvements.
Last month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill requiring drivers to provide cyclists with 3 feet of clearance when passing from behind. The new law -- currently, drivers are required to pass at "a safe distance" -- goes into effect in September 2014.
Violations can result in fines up to $100 for a first conviction.
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