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Interesting. During previous planning phase meetings people had asked that surrounding neighborhoods streets be made more bike friendly to offer a more pleasant riding environment than riding with traffic down grant. It was also requested that there be a separated path along grant for bicycles/peds, but it was rejected. It’s interesting that they now seem to actually be considering neighborhood bike blvds as a solution. Having one on either side of grant makes the fact that they are over 1/4 mile away feasible.
Did you go on this bike blvd ride today? But I am glad they are doing this and hopefully both will be established.
Any word on when 4th ave/Fontana Bike Blvd work will start and done by?
Also there’s word that Treat Ave Bikeway may be turned into a Bike Blvd too. I would like to see those happen as I have done a “loop” last weekend using those 3 Bikeway (4th Ave/Fontana Bikeway, Aviation Bikeway and Treat ave Bikeway)
So with additional of two bike blvd mentioned above in your article is great!
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