From a WaPo story
Several of the penalties relate to drivers interacting with pedestrians and bicyclists. The fine for hitting a cyclist would double to $150; failing to yield to a pedestrian while turning right on red would double to $100; and the fine for parking in a bike lane would increase to $150 from $65. The fine for swinging open a parked car door into the path of a cyclist or pedestrian would double to $50.
It also adds new fines and rules for cyclists
The proposal also addresses complaints from motorists that cyclists and pedestrians also should face consequences for traffic infractions. Among the new penalties for bicyclists: a $150 fine for cyclists who collide with a pedestrian crossing the roadway with the right-of-way, and a $100 fine for colliding with a pedestrian while riding a bicycle on a sidewalk. Riding with headphones or earbuds on both ears would cost $50.
Cyclists caught carrying objects, including handheld communication devices, which prevent them from keeping one hand on the handle bars will face a $50 fine, up from $25. Those caught speeding would face a $50 fine, up from $25.
DDOT will decide whether to approve the current proposal after a public comment period that ends March 6. If more changes are needed, the draft could be revised again. Once the plan is approved, officials say they will announce when the new fines will go into effect.