The American bike-lane design revolution keeps rolling.
Seven years ago, protected bike lanes were one of two things in the United States: a relic of the pre-Watergate 70s or one of those crazy things they do in Northern Europe and Southern China (or maybe in Quebec—close enough).
But by the middle of 2014, there's no question: protected bike lanes have become as American as the California roll, the chalupa and the deep-dish pizza. They're on the ground in 24 states and 53 cities, with 20 cities working on their first right now.
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