[*BCM*] Bostoncriticalmass Digest, Vol 62, Issue 28
danieljsinger at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 11:25:33 EDT 2009
I've bicycled in Portland, and while I'm not certain I was on that
particular segment, many of their bike paths/lanes are that wide to
accommodate both bicyclists and pedestrians, with markings for where each
should (preferably) be if I recall.
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 9:56 AM, Charvak Karpe <charvak at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Technically, it's a "bike path" because it's not a lane on the
> roadway. It looks awfully wide for being just a pedestrian sidewalk.
> I wonder if it's like that just to avoid the metal grate bridge
> surface or if it continues as a bike path instead of bike lane?
> > Perhaps this is a response to the complaints about the op-ed?
> > The picture doesn't seem like a shining example of a bike lane though..
> > That's not a bike lane at all. That's a sidewalk.
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