Harvard Lane Dashed Bike Lanes
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What are dashed bike lanes?
This variation of an on-street bike lane, used on low volume streets that are too narrow for traditional bike lanes, is marked with a solid white line on the right (next to the parked cars) and a dotted line on the left. This treatment prioritizes space for cyclists while still allowing drivers to encroach into the bike lane if needed to pass an oncoming vehicle. Dashed bike lanes prioritize dedicated lanes for cyclists within the roadway where the street width is inadequate for mandatory, standard bike lane.
Where can I go to test these?
South Boulder: Harvard Lane between Bates Street and Table Mesa Drive
When were these installed?
October 2014 (Phase 1, Wave 2)