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  • Are 'protected' bike lanes coming to Charlotte?

    As Charlotte grows more dense, one of the recurring questions is how best to connect roads and greenways to make sure that everyone - cars, bikes and pedestrians - can move around safely. The Charlotte Department of Transportation is conducting a study and is considering the creation of a protected bike lane on an existing road in uptown.

Are 'protected' bike lanes coming to Charlotte?

As Charlotte grows more dense, one of the recurring questions is how best to connect roads and greenways to make sure that everyone - cars, bikes and pedestrians - can move around safely. The Charlotte Department of Transportation is conducting a study and is considering the creation of a protected bike lane on an existing road in uptown.
John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer