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Presumably those bollards on the curbside can be moved to the outer edge of the cycle track? Seems silly to double-up on them.

Using the flex-posts as an interim measure seem like a good idea until we've got the lanes configured in a manner that cyclists and drivers agree upon (they're ugly, but cheap). As the Pennsylvania Ave lanes showed us, we still haven't quite figured out the magic formula for installing bike lanes.

by andrew on Sep 7, 2010 9:47 am • linkreport

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