Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved to left here, to the right there. Automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower. All to make room for miles and miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets, like this one on Hillsborough St. near McDowell St. in downtown Raleigh.
Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved to left here, to the right there. Automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower. All to make room for miles and miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets, like this one on Hillsborough St. near McDowell St. in downtown Raleigh. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Center lanes on many Raleigh streets have been moved to left here, to the right there. Automobile lanes have been made fewer or narrower. All to make room for miles and miles of new bike lanes on Raleigh city streets, like this one on Hillsborough St. near McDowell St. in downtown Raleigh. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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