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Annals Of Transportation

You know the old saying. If you don't like how riding your bike is dangerous on the road, just make your own bike lane and eventually the city will just adopt it. Well, that's exactly what happened over on Cherry Street, where months after an anonymous group created a bike-lane buffer under I-5, the city spent about $20,000 making the lane an actual, certified reality. [Seattle Times]