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The not-quite-sharrow markings are a little odd, but they should be fine. This location has lots of bikes but few cars. I've never seen aggressive driving there.

I did not realize that was a bridge.

Always nice to have more bike infrastructure but that's already a pretty calm neighborhood for biking.

I think it'd make more sense to move the speed hump "underneath" the crosswalk. Seems safer and would avoid curb ramps.

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