Decatur repaving project fails to include bike or turning lanes | NolaVie – Life and Culture in New Orleans

We need people to show up to this Tuesday (November 20) and show the city that residents are serious about complete streets. If we cannot get traffic calming measures in the French Quarter where tens of thousands of walking and biking residents and tourists use the streets daily, then we have no chance at moving the bureaucrats to add it to the rest of our city streets.
Bicyclists and pedestrians are like butterflies in a city’s system: early indicators of a vibrant, healthy area. If they are not present, you can bet that bad city signs such as petty criminals, traffic scofflaws and litterbugs are in control. Please meet across from Washington Park (the inner park of Jackson Square) from 3-5 pm Tuesday for a Complete Streets Rally.

Cycling New Orleans: Decatur repaving project fails to include bike or turning lanes | NolaVie – Life and Culture in New Orleans.

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New Orleans resident, writer, activist.

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