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The could at least close the non-peak side during morning and evening rush hour for bikes to use.

That's another good idea. A lot of things become possible if we decide that two-lanes aren't the minimum necessary.

Thanks for the write-up. I totally lost track of this project.
On the idea of making Broad Branch one way - are you thinking just for auto traffic? When the bridge was under construction making the whole road one-way it was a huge impediment as I use Broad Branch to ride across town at different hours. Forcing rush-hour concerns on the road just seemed to be a worse-case scenario for cycling and park users.

Yes. The idea would be a one-way, one-lane general traffic lane and either a two-way cycletrack or maybe a one-way cycletrack uphill (meaning the general traffic lane has to be downhill).

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