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Seems appropriate that the first cyclist we saw using the new Pikes Peak Avenue parking-protected Bike lanes, still being constructed throughout the rest of this week, would be Carlos Perez, pedaling down to his office in Downtown Colorado Springs from him home in Briargate.

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Let’s add some grip strips to the bar at each light....

Great job, much appreciated.

Have to ride up from Security and check this out, looks really good! 🙂

Great job everyone!! We used the lanes yesterday evening, and they are fantastic!👍👍

Checked it out yesterday, LOVED how safe it felt to have the traffic barrier.


Go Carlos!

Yay Carlos!

Go Carlos Perez

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Parking AND pylon/rail protected. Nicely done! Looking forward to seeing more of this in our fine city.

Awesome job Colorado Springs, your moving in the right direction.

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The City and contractors are installing the new parking-protected bike lane physical separation today along the east end of Pikes Peak Avenue in Downtown Colorado Springs, creating the #LinkTheLoop connection between the Shooks Run Trail/Legacy Loop Colorado Springs into and through the heart of downtown.

These lanes are a positive step towards creating a more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly downtown core and providing safe options for people of all mobility means to access the many amenities and destinations throughout the central portion COS.

#COSBikes! #everybodycanbike #parkingprotectedbikelane #linktheloop #connectivity
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I see another ill conceived disaster in the making

How much of our tax dollars is being spent on this?

Isn't the point to protect the cyclists? What good is it that it's flexible?

Dumb question - is this a two-way bike lane? In other words the bike lanes are on each side of the posts? If so, I hope there’s more space than it looks like - I’m not very good at riding a steady line (especially after a couple beers - lol).

That's really going to help all those fantastic shops on Pike's Peak Ave, since the cyclists exclusively use them. Right? Bad cars.

This is awesome!

So congestion will go up but there is plenty of parking now... and bicycles will sill use the car lanes. Good job, CS!!!

Woo hoo!

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