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How do bus bulbs create more parking spaces? By removing the curbside space needed for the bus pads?

I'm still a huge advocate of peak-period parking restrictions, but using the parking lane as a bike/bus lane.

But if you want to dedicate one lane to parking and the next lane to buses, I'm fine with that.

I guess one final comment is that this only really applies to streets with commercial frontage. There are many places with peak period parking restrictions that are not commercial districts, like 16th street between Spring and U. Can we please use those curb lanes for buses in the peak?

by michael on Jun 11, 2010 4:11 pm • linkreport

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