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That's an important point (and one I failed to mention!) There are streets like Spring Street that are wider than they need to be. And MCDOT recognized this - they built bulbouts at Spring Street and First Avenue last year that narrowed it from two lanes in each direction to one. There's plenty of room for a bike lane there, had MCDOT simply laid down some stripes when they last worked on it.

by dan reed! on Dec 14, 2012 3:01 pm • linkreport

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