Bike lane inspired by guerilla installation

March 23, 2010 at 9:38 am Leave a comment

In July 2009 some enterprising cyclists decided to improve a notorious intersection at Fell and Divisidero Streets in San Francisco.

Motorists line up in the bicycle lane to get cheap gas at the ARCO station with no care as to the inconvenience and potential harm they cause to cyclists who must go around them into the speeding traffic on Fell Street.

Now the city transportation department is improving the intersection with the same basic design as the cyclists had painted a year ago, with the addition of a green bike lane at the request of the SF bike coalition

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