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Jon Orcutt
My first run on the West 13th St protected lane. All in all a pretty classic NYC bike lane experience
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Northwest Urbanist ☂️ 20 Nov 18
Replying to @jonorcutt
It seems NYC uses green paint backwards...isn't it only supposed to be for crossings?
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Jon Orcutt 20 Nov 18
Replying to @NWUrbanist
NYC uses green paint along curbside where jackass drivers most likely to park in bike lanes
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ted 5 Dec 18
Replying to @jonorcutt
The number of replies on this is blowing my mind....my man went viral.
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Jon Orcutt 5 Dec 18
Replying to @billofwrights
Me too I just wanted to check out the new bike lane
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Jacob Peters 20 Nov 18
In the entire video there are 6 vehicles blocking the bike lane as well as about 30’+ of tree debris
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Alan 20 Nov 18
Replying to @jonorcutt
it needs hedgehogs at least — this seems to be the constant experience (including mine)
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Anthony 20 Nov 18
Replying to @akgerber @jonorcutt
This is infuriating.
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EPD 20 Nov 18
Replying to @jonorcutt
nice of NYC to provide a buffer to protect that parking zone.
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ItsEasyBeingGreen 20 Nov 18
Replying to @jonorcutt
They've spent the last 2 weeks on Twitter telling everyone to wait for the plastic hitty sticks placed 20 feet apart. Now they'll fall back on "report to 311". Anything to avoid implementing real, literal, usable bike infrastructure.
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