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Let's Get Serious About This: Separated Bike Lanes

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Raise your hand if you would start bicycle commuting if separated lanes existed in Los Angeles.

With all the talk of bicycles mixing with traffic, this is one solution for busy streets. Bicycles will always be street legal, but imagine separated bicycle lanes down Wilshire or Ventura Boulevards? Or down Vermont and Western Avenues to San Pedro?

People say rail is an investment in infrastructure helping spur smart development. Then restructuring streets like this would too.

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