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The ramp does look a bit narrow.

IMO Kennedy Center is going about this problem all wrong.
Its time to eliminate the parkway and reroute all traffic through 66.
66 and the parkway accomplish the same thing so by removing the parkway, you can increase park space.
And 66 is woefully underused and has greater capacity to handle the traffic.

If they want it to be a "safe" connection, the connection at the top of the ramp to the overpass looks too sharp for a bicyclist (even dismounted) to navigate if there are others at the same intersection.

If CFA has clout to get narrow and unsafe routes widened, would somebody please show them the TR Bridge sidewalk too?

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