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Without physical separation or automated enforcement cameras and fines these will be completely useless just like the ones on 9th Street downtown.

I think DC should experiment with lanes behind the curb on streets with heavy bus traffic. That way buses could pull to the curb platforms to pick up passengers without blocking the bike access, and bikes wouldn't have to swing out to the left around the buses when they're stopped for long periods. Bikes would have to yield to bus riders getting from the sidewalk to the bus platform, sort of like we yield to peds getting from the sidewalk to parked cars along 15th or R street sections where the bike lane is between the curb and the parking lane.

I would like to ditto Greenbelt's comment.

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