Francois Birgand rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue near a “sharrow” pavement marking in 2012. Sharrows are possible substitutes for traditional bike lanes in a new city project to add 27 miles of bike pavement markings.
Francois Birgand rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue near a “sharrow” pavement marking in 2012. Sharrows are possible substitutes for traditional bike lanes in a new city project to add 27 miles of bike pavement markings. tiwabu@newsobserver.com
Francois Birgand rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue near a “sharrow” pavement marking in 2012. Sharrows are possible substitutes for traditional bike lanes in a new city project to add 27 miles of bike pavement markings. tiwabu@newsobserver.com

Raleigh plans 27 miles of new bike lanes

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