Bicyclists choose the sidewalk over the new bike lanes on Glen Eden Dr. at the I-440 Beltline overpass in Raleigh on Monday. Many automobile lanes in Raleigh have been made fewer or narrower, to make room for miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets. There is some confusion and some unhappiness from motorists about the changes.
Bicyclists choose the sidewalk over the new bike lanes on Glen Eden Dr. at the I-440 Beltline overpass in Raleigh on Monday. Many automobile lanes in Raleigh have been made fewer or narrower, to make room for miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets. There is some confusion and some unhappiness from motorists about the changes. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Bicyclists choose the sidewalk over the new bike lanes on Glen Eden Dr. at the I-440 Beltline overpass in Raleigh on Monday. Many automobile lanes in Raleigh have been made fewer or narrower, to make room for miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets. There is some confusion and some unhappiness from motorists about the changes. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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