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As with many bike lanes, the question becomes where do riders in the bike lane go when they reach the intersection?

For those who stay on the road, they'll have to then go all the way across the Key Bridge on road.

Those taking the sidewalk will have to make two 90-degree turns (right, then left).

This is a little bit esoteric, but I would love to see something of an "on ramp" from the road to the sidewalk for cyclists, where they can make a gentle merge after the intersectio.

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