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Aiming for Bare Minimum: Why Cycletrack Networks Are the Only Way Forward
Pheidippides, that is a truly great post, fantastic.

So thinking about the grids that you have posted, and our city's layouts, what are some logical places to start this? And are segregated bike lanes the best option or is it MUTs, or a combination?

I feel like these are things I've always thought about but never THOUGHT about until recently
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RE: Aiming for Bare Minimum: Why Cycletrack Networks Are the Only Way Forward - by Spokes - 10-11-2018, 08:32 AM

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