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Posted by on Mar 31, 2013 in Close the Gaps | 5 comments

i am traffic — even on the path

As I’ve been working on the Close the Gaps videos, and generally using our path system a lot lately, I’ve noticed some areas where simple, low-cost improvements could make a big difference. I wanted to bring them the attention of the BPAC members who oversee various segments of the system. My two main points of frustration as a path user are overused/misused stop signs and places where paths end that show little consideration for how bicyclists might integrate into the road network to continue their trips.

Below are the slide images from my presentation last Wednesday. I’ve edited them a little to better convey my narrative and to work in the static image format (removed some transitions and added captions). You can click on any thumbnail and it will launch the slide show carousel. To watch the videos, follow the links in the slide captions.

5 Comments

  1. nice job Keri! Looks great. Thank you for bringing this kind of stuff up to people who can change things for the better.

  2. I have to thank Keri for standing up for trail users and trying to set things right. Your work is greatly appreciated!

  3. “places where paths end that show little consideration for how bicyclists might integrate into the road network to continue their trips”
    Say hello to Lake Wales:
    [broken link]

    • NE2, please repost the link using the short link option from Google Maps. Your link was broken and it broke the page layout.