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bicycling:protected_bikeways_chi [2012/04/29 07:32]
stevevance [Chicago Avenue]
bicycling:protected_bikeways_chi [2012/04/29 07:33] (current)
stevevance [King Drive]
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 King Drive is by far the fastest way to go from downtown to Bronzeville, Hyde Park, Washington Park, and other nearby neighborhoods. But the wide road influences people to drive their cars very fast. The street has an existing bike lane.  King Drive is by far the fastest way to go from downtown to Bronzeville, Hyde Park, Washington Park, and other nearby neighborhoods. But the wide road influences people to drive their cars very fast. The street has an existing bike lane. 
  
 +As of 2012, CDOT has proposed a road diet and protected bike lane on King Drive from 26th to 51st. At 51st, the protected bike lane would transition to one on Ellsworth Drive through Washington Park, where it would then connect to Morgan Drive and Rainey Drive going east-west to connect to 55th, the site of another road diet. 
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 Ward: 42 Ward: 42
 
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