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City gets first parking protected bike lane

Project expected to be completed this summer

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A conceptual drawing of the parking protected bike lane and the buffered bike lane. From Wolseley Avenue to Broadway on Sherbrook Street, there will be a parking protected bike lane, which means the bike lane will be placed between a lane of parked cars and the sidewalk. From Broadway to Cumberland Avenue, there will be a buffered bike lane, which means the bike lane is separated from traffic by two white lines.

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Supplied image A conceptual drawing of the parking protected bike lane and the buffered bike lane. From Wolseley Avenue to Broadway on Sherbrook Street, there will be a parking protected bike lane, which means the bike lane will be placed between a lane of parked cars and the sidewalk. From Broadway to Cumberland Avenue, there will be a buffered bike lane, which means the bike lane is separated from traffic by two white lines.

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