The Best New Bike Lanes of 2016

The annual list of the best new bike lanes from around the country is brought to us by PeopleForBikes.
December 24, 2016, 1pm PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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If 2013 was the year protected bike lanes went national, 2014 was the year they got beautiful and 2015 was the year they got durable, 2016 has been the year they did something even more valuable.

They started to connect.

That assessment comes from Michael Andersen in an article announcing the PeopleForBikes list of the best new bike lanes of 2016.

The following bike lanes took home awards, with more details, photos, and maps included in the source article.

  1. Westlake Avenue, Seattle
  2. Randolph Street, Chicago
  3. The Downtown-University network, Tallahasee
  4. River Street, Aurora
  5. Pulaski Bridge, New York City
  6. Telegraph Avenue, Oakland
  7. 15th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
  8. Franklin Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis
  9. Maryland Avenue, Baltimore
  10. Cass Street, Tampa
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Published on Monday, December 19, 2016 in People for Bikes
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