Buffered Bike Lanes for Brooklyn

See the new Streetfilm that shows buffered bike lanes implemented near Prospect Park, Brooklyn.? These lanes are between the curb and the onstreet parked cars, just like those called for in the Princeton Junction Redevelopment plan, as advocated by the WWBPA.

Buffered bike lanes are so named because there is a striped buffer painted on the pavement that allows people to get in and out of their car without encroaching on the bike lanes or “dooring” a passing bicyclist (hitting the bicyclist with the door).

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