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I agree w/ your assessment Pierrick. However, to achieve a buffer, drainage would’ve been sacrificed. The area immediately adjacent to the bike lanes constructed are “bio-swales” that were installed due to this corridor’s flooding issues. The original lanes were 12′, & they were reduce to 10′ to accommodate for the addition of these bike lanes. Aggressive traffic calming was used to keep the speed @ or around 25 MPH.