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That is essentially all in the door zone.

That little bitty bit right along the white line is probably out of the reach of most doors for cars parked correctly. That's where I ride anyway, but it does seem odd that infrastructure would encourage cyclists to ride in dangerous spaces.

I'm not thrilled with door zone bike lanes either, but I like them better than sharrows ("shared lanes"). I get to compare the two almost daily on Commonwealth Ave in Alexandria. It's a step forward and is good to see.

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