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More transport funds for Alaska

...the money in February prompted the state DOT to postpone some formula fund projects such as adding a reversible center car lane on the Douglas Bridge and removing bicycle lanes. That portion of the bridge renovations would have cost about $2...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...cars driving toward Douglas Island. Bicyclists could share the 6-foot-wide sidewalk with pedestrians or ride in the car lanes, said DOT's Chris Morrow. 29° AP Video and News Classifieds

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State Briefs

...third lane for cars. The pedestrian walkway would be widened by two feet. Bicyclists could use either the walkway or the car lanes. The Freewheelers' appeal contends the project is not safe for bicyclists, pedestrians or motorists, and it exacerbates...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011403/sta_briefs.shtml
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Traffic plan draws critics

...said. That would mean bikers would have to share the bridge sidewalk with pedestrians or "take their chances" in the car lanes, he said. The mayor did not rule out that option, saying the bike lanes are narrow and unsafe anyway. "I think the...

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Travel: Dutch experience

...crowded and rather dirty. Cars are parked everywhere. However, bicycles far out number cars. Bike lanes are as wide as car lanes, and I think biking keeps the Dutch slim because their diet seems to consist mostly of bread, cheese, ham, cold cuts...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...said. That would mean bikers would have to share the bridge sidewalk with pedestrians or "take their chances" in the car lanes, he said. The mayor did not rule out that option, saying the bike lanes are narrow and unsafe anyway. The state wants...

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