Cycle Track or Bike Lane?

I’m hearing the term “Cycle Track” but living in Clarkston, I’m not likely to see one or am I? Bike Intelligencer discusses the politics of cycling language and clears up a point or two.–Corrie

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Seattle’s on-again, off-again relationship with cycle tracks is back off again. But this time the issue is semantics.

In June the city’s Department of Transportation, affectionately known as SDOT, proposedputting cycle tracks on Dexter Avenue. That plan fell through for a number of reasons that should have been gobsmackingly obvious before SDOT announced it, but whatever. Instead buffered bike lanes will grace Dexter.

Read More at Seattle’s First Buffered Bike Lanes, posted with vodpod
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