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As long as peak capacity and 85%ile speed are used by DDOT as the most important variables in evaluating streets, NACTO standards have little chance of being used. One can always dream.

Hard to see that street design becoming common in America. You've got a nice wide public boulevard and only 2 traffic lanes for cars?

I like the red paint for bus lanes. Apparently they aren't allowed by the FHWA for bike/bus lanes (and at the moment require an exception even for bus-only lanes), but they're a good idea. Drivers just drive in the bus/bike lanes around here like they know MPD won't do anything about it or something.

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