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Old 03-11-2019, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by arjay57 View Post
If only we could get bike lanes on our main drag in Midtown and downtown someday. If there's one thing we've learned about cyclists, they DO NOT want to be shunted off to parallel routes and side streets. They want to be on main street, just like everybody else.
Originally Posted by jero23 View Post
Those won't be "complete streets" until both of those streets are converted to two-way streets.
Agreed with both these.

Think the three lane layout of Spring / West Peachtree will work well for future conversion to two-way traffic. But one step at a time.

Also very excited for the plans of Peachtree downtown:

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Old Today, 07:31 AM
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I saw two more cyclists toiling up 14th Street this morning, and making good use of the bike lane. Unfortunately it ended before they got to Peachtree.
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