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Waiting in Lane

Of course, not all drivers respect the purpose of the new bike lanes.

Of course, not all drivers respect the purpose of the new bike lanes.

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2 responses to “Waiting in Lane

  1. Peter Donohue

    July 19, 2013 at 5:06 pm

    That cut out in the curb where the car is at almost makes it look like it is meant to be a parking or stopping area.

     
    • ladyfleur

      July 19, 2013 at 5:12 pm

      I’m sure it was a legal parking space before the lane was put in and the little cut out is where the curb goes from red-no-parking to ok-to-park. There was a driver in the car though.

      I’m pretty sure he knows there’s no parking. He probably figures it’s not big deal if he waits there. After all, he’s not slowing down the cars and the bikes have room to ride around in the buffered area to his left. And he’ll be sure to look before opening his door…maybe.

       

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