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That's because DDOT finally untimed the lights. It used to be that if you caught the first light (Mass Ave), you could cruise all the way to U without having to slow down. I, for one, am happy DDOT finally untimed the lights.

I like that DDOT is making it a two-way bike lane, but I share the safety concerns that others have voiced. It seems like it will be hard for a car taking a left hand turn to see a bicyclist heading northbound.

by Peter Lemonjello on Sep 7, 2010 12:11 pm • linkreport

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