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    Hi Kerry, From my reading and memory, the FHWA Bikeway Selection Guide is intended for entities that are undertaking a project and need some help deciding on which bicycle facility type is appropriate for their setting. It isn't intended to pass judgement ...

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    I expect that my Vehicular Cycling approach for lane choice and positioning within a lane, especially at intersections may be obvious ‐ Bike Lanes and Bikeway facilities should NOT encourage bicycling on the right-hand side of any vehicle or bike that ...

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    So, our actions to encourage bikeway facility improvements leads to higher standards and guidance but may have the unintended consequence of discouraging identification of very useful routes. BEWARE OF WHAT YOU ASK FOR? I have biked twice across the US ...

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    Why the fixation on cyclists? How are the drivers driving and what does the intersection layout & signal timing allow? Michael King, RA TrafficCalmer.com @MoveTheCurb ------Original Message------ We have a chronic right hook problem at an unsignalized ...

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