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@harry5k: I know, and in fact I dislike sharrows for that very reason, because to me they imply that bikes aren't entitled to share the road everywhere, sharrows or no sharrows. My concern is that if they take away a car lane on 15th to make room for a northbound bike lane (it's unclear to me from the story that they will take away a car lane, but it seems like they'll have to find some space somewhere), the average driver will be less friendly toward riders who choose to stay in the right lane. And if that happens, that makes me less safe even though I am entitled to ride there.

by HoneyBadger on Sep 8, 2010 8:52 pm • linkreport

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