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While bikeshare and bike lanes are fine, there are imminent pedestrian-safety issues that affect many more people. For example, Montgomery County is full of four and six-lane roads with traffic signals far apart, where there is inconvenient and dangerous pedestrian access to County amenities except by car and unattractive and unsafe access to transit, especially bus service. Most signals do not leave sufficient time for any but the most fit pedestrians to cross. Many more areas have fast-moving traffic and limited pedestrian infrastructure. Again, nothing against bike lanes, but complete streets should include a balancing of modal access.

by Sheryl on Dec 17, 2012 10:16 am • linkreport

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