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Green Lane Project surveys city staffers regarding protected lanes

Published July 21, 2015

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The Green Lane Project is asking city transportation staffers and consultants to complete a survey on how protected bike lands are working out.

The Green Lane Project is a program of PeopleForBikes. Since its launch in 2012, the Green Lane Project has helped dozens of U.S. cities build the lanes, which are separated from car traffic and pedestrians by curbs, planters, parked cars or posts.

The Project is aming the survey at city staff – project designers, engineers, bike/pedestrian coordinators and other staff – as well as consultants working with a city. Other agency staff and consultants with a direct interest in this field are also welcome to respond.

"Responses to the survey will deepen our understanding of cities' experience with planning, funding and building protected bike lanes," said Martha Roskowski, VP of Local Innovation at PeopleForBikes.

"We will get a better understanding of the level of satisfaction with current design guidance, implementation challenges, training needs and more," she said.

Responses will be accepted until Aug. 14. Results will be shared this fall.

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