Wednesday, August 28, 2013

New Bike Lane Opens in Downtown Denver

A dedicated bike lane will open along 15th Street in downtown Denver on Thursday, part of the Bikeway pilot plan, designed to keep bikes out of fast-moving vehicle traffic.  It is meant to help avoid confusion for car drivers by keeping bikes in one lane.  The main message is for motorists to look left, says Emily Snyder, manager of Denver Public Works’ Bicycle Pedestrian Project.


The concept of the 15th Street Bikeway could be used on other high-traffic Denver streets, so traffic managers are asking for feedback.  If you use the new bike lane, you can provide feedback at denvergov.org/bikeprogram   For more information, please contact Susan Motika or Don Sutton.

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