Felix Benitez with Clark Pavement Marking puts down guides for lane markers at the intersection of Hillsborough St. and Glenwood Ave. in Raleigh last December. Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved as automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower, all to make room for miles of new bike lanes. There is confusion and unhappiness from motorists about the changes.
Felix Benitez with Clark Pavement Marking puts down guides for lane markers at the intersection of Hillsborough St. and Glenwood Ave. in Raleigh last December. Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved as automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower, all to make room for miles of new bike lanes. There is confusion and unhappiness from motorists about the changes. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Felix Benitez with Clark Pavement Marking puts down guides for lane markers at the intersection of Hillsborough St. and Glenwood Ave. in Raleigh last December. Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved as automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower, all to make room for miles of new bike lanes. There is confusion and unhappiness from motorists about the changes. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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