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I like the green paint for bike lanes where they cross alleys and driveways, as well as the green chevrons through intersections. It also looks like they wonÂ’t allow parked cars along the bike lane approaching an intersection, and they're installing signs to remind turning drivers to look for cyclists. Hopefully, these will serve as visual cues for drivers resulting in fewer collisions.

by Charles on Sep 7, 2010 12:06 pm • linkreport

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