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    In San Diego, there is a very old example on Friars Rd. from Sea World Dr. to near Fashion Valley Rd.   It's supposed to be 2-way, but it doesn't conform to modern standards, so the city has narrowed the adjacent lanes and added a buffered bike lanes ...

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    Hello, We have a corridor traffic calming project in Redwood City, CA. Our project scope includes several minor intersection improvements. For some of them, we are proposing traffic circles. There are some locations that are not appropriate for traffic ...

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    I think some cities are using flexiposts that the sweeper drives over. You might try checking in with Seattle DOT. ------------------------------ Michelle Swanson, AICP Associate Planner City of Olympia Olympia WA 360-753-8575 ---------------------- ...

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    Micheal,  I would love to work with FHWA on this issue. There are several issues that would be helpful to work on.  1. Cities and the public want something that's exciting! Often colorful with temporary materials within the curb-to-curb. Following the ...

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