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Neighbors, cyclists clash on Mason Street bike lane proposal

3:42 PM, Mar. 16, 2013
The proposal is for two 6-foot bike lanes, along with the two 12-foot vehicle lanes, on the Mason Street thoroughfare 2.5 miles from Prospect Ave north to Hillock Court. Mason Street has traffic volume ranging from 4,500 to 6,600 vehicles per day, according to city data.
The proposal is for two 6-foot bike lanes, along with the two 12-foot vehicle lanes, on the Mason Street thoroughfare 2.5 miles from Prospect Ave north to Hillock Court. Mason Street has traffic volume ranging from 4,500 to 6,600 vehicles per day, according to city data.
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More than 50 residents filled a committee meeting Tuesday to offer input on a bike lane project that will strip street parking on Mason Street.

The proposal is for two 6-foot bike lanes, along with the two 12-foot vehicle lanes, on the thoroughfare 2.5 miles from Prospect Ave north to Hillock Court. Mason Street has traffic volume ranging from 4,500 to 6,600 vehicles per day, according to city data.

Eric Lom, the city's traffic engineer, explained why Mason Street was chosen in the 2010 On-Street Bicycle Lane Plan. ...

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