Plans for a continuous route along the Chicago River include cycling on floating pontoons

This article titled “Could Chicago's floating cycle path defy the doubters and reconnect the city?” was written by Laura Laker, for theguardian.com on Tuesday 15th November 2016 13.20 UTC

Cycling is no stranger to invention, from the steady swell of Kickstarter campaigns to the almost innumerable cycleways dreamed up to be dangled, dug and floated on various bodies of water around the world. The latest, a 6.5 mile, $84m (£67m) floating pontoon, is currently being imagined for the Chicago River, between the city’s Chinatown and Ravenswood Manor.

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