Seattle could learn from New York re: cycling infrastructure

Via Crosscut.com: "Even New York City gives cyclists real bike lanes, not 'sharrows.'"

This fantastic article on crosscut.com discusses how Seattle has been overtaken by New York in terms of bike infrastructure. It also cuts to the chase as to why many initiatives to improve infrastructure here in Seattle have fallen short, and why the city has a long way to go before being a true haven for cyclists. A great addition to the ongoing conversation on how to make cycling a transportation option for everyone.

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