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    hey all - for the active transportation planning, design and advocacy community to promote equitable investments in infrastructure, programs, and enforcements, I suspect we would all agree that a common understanding of American history is critical. For ...

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    Regarding Jim Baross's points about the trade-offs between riding on roads without bicycle-specific infrastructure vs. riding further to use such infrastructure, we have good evidence from Portland OR (using GPS data) that even "experienced" cyclists ...

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    Hi Will, When I worked in NYC, it was standard practice during construction to temporarily relocate the stop to the next feasible block or suspend the stop if proper spacing was an issue. Assuming that isn't an option here, and based on the your description ...

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    Hi -  Does anyone have any good examples of or guidance to use for locating bus stops in work zones? Specifically, I'm looking for examples for where we need to end concrete barrier prior to a near side or far side bus stop at an intersection, provide ...

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