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it looks like that says 8' parking lane and 14' driving lane. what's the minimum recommendation for bike lanes? could they cut that down to 10' driving lanes with two 4' bike lanes adjacent to the median?

or better yet, move the parking to the median and put the bike lanes along the curb?

Sherman the road is so bad now, and the sidewalk obstacles are criminal! It will be a lifechanger for the neighborhood.

IMGoph. I think 5' is the AASHTO minimum. I'm not sure the car lane can go to 9'. I won't be here next week, but someone should go to the meeting and ask.

i think it's a great idea to create a median and plant tress in it instead of allowing bikers to use the road, too.

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