10th Street Bike Lane Pilot Gets Rolling in Chinatown

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Streets Department crews painted the pilot bike lane along 10th Street north of Market Street on Saturday. MOTU and Streets staff are out regularly watching the flow on 10th Street in Chinatown.  We’ll be keeping a close eye during rush hours and on weekends.  This is in addition to the speed and volume data that will be collected as part of our assessment.  Here you see a few pictures snapped this morning where in a 10 minute period around 8:30 more than 10 bicyclists passed under the Friendship Arch and traffic was flowing smoothly.

In the coming week bike lane signs will be posted and hatching of the buffer completed.  MOTU, the Parking Authority and Chinatown businesses will also work together to institute some new loading zones to facilitate morning deliveries.   For information about the pilot read our bi-lingual FAQ.

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