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In short, they aren't planned out well, don't have enough traffic on them, and certainly don't have anything like BRT. Basically classic traffic planning error - they don't do a good job connecting people with jobs. Some do, but a lot don't.

Given the amount of curbs seperating them, they are taking up 2-3 lanes of traffic.

the bike lanes, on the other hand, are more crowded than you can imagine.

by charlie on Jul 12, 2012 11:55 am • linkreport

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