Future Street Includes Protected Bike Lane

Future Street Includes Protected Bike Lane
Design
Jeff Squires
  • 25 september 2007

The New York Times reports on a seven-block stretch of Ninth Avenue in New York’s Chelsea district that it about to get a two-wheel makeover. The ‘street of the future’, as officials are calling it, is attempting to encourage cycling and other alternative forms of transportation by ditching a lane of traffic and converting it into a protected bike lane and adding more space for pedestrian traffic. The NYT explains:

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