Antonio, you obviously do not ride a bicycle or motorcycle, and you do not have a clue about how traffic signals function. The inductive loop sensors in the pavement at intersections detect a mass of conductive metal. That lets the signal know a vehicle is there. Bicycles and motorcycles do not have enough metal, so they can be stuck there for several cycles of the light until a car pulls up behind them close enough to trigger the inductive loop sensor.
That is why the bill is needed. It's not to let us "ignore" a traffic signal, it is to let us have the same rights at intersections that cars and trucks have. So you have two choices for this problem. Spend a lot of money replacing all the sensor systems in the states so they detect bicycles/etc, or implement this common sense bill.