Apparently having begun to mark lanes, the “on the ground” reality prompted some
rethinking about the exact design, especially
along 3rd Street from about the rail tracks to B Street--described in the
August 29th story.
The August 29 report also makes clear that no bike path had yet been installed on 3rd Street between B and the tracks.
At the August Clamor Club meeting (September 1), the Chief Bartholomew reported that 40,000 brochures explaining the new lanes were being printed for distribution, with a focus on school children. (Oddly enough, not one of these brochures is known to have survived.)