Katrina Dietz, left, and Lauren Bell, two of the participants in #GovJamCLT, sit behind a model designed to illustrate their ideas for making the roads safer for cycylists. Their proposal includes making bikes lanes a different color so it’s clear to drivers that bicyclists belong there.
Katrina Dietz, left, and Lauren Bell, two of the participants in #GovJamCLT, sit behind a model designed to illustrate their ideas for making the roads safer for cycylists. Their proposal includes making bikes lanes a different color so it’s clear to drivers that bicyclists belong there. Ames Alexander
Katrina Dietz, left, and Lauren Bell, two of the participants in #GovJamCLT, sit behind a model designed to illustrate their ideas for making the roads safer for cycylists. Their proposal includes making bikes lanes a different color so it’s clear to drivers that bicyclists belong there. Ames Alexander

‘GovJam’ takes creative aim at Charlotte problems

June 14, 2015 06:38 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2015 10:43 AM

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