Building on bike and transit infrastructure, the city's recently adopted transportation policy outlines hundreds of miles of bike and bus-only lanes, as well as many other improvements intended to slow motor vehicle traffic in some places, and speed it in others.
Protected bike lane
Bicycle lane with barrier between bikes and vehicle traffic.
Bike lane or buffered bike lane, no physical barrier between bikes and traffic.
Bike lane or shared vehicle/bike lane
Dedicated bicycle or shared bike/bus-only lane.
Comfortable for bicycling
Local streets where vehicle traffic is at 20mph or slower.
Dedicated bus-only lanes
One dedicated bus-only lane per direction, buses every 10-15 minutes, every 5 minutes during rush hours.
Rush hour bus-only lanes
Bus-only lane in each direction during rush hours, buses every 10-15 minutes, 5-10 minutes during rush hours.
No lane changes
Bus service every 15 minutes.
Remove on-street parking
Possible removal of on-street parking to provide additional traffic lane, possible reversible lanes.
Rush-hour parking restrictions
Parking restrictions during rush hours to provide additional traffic lane.
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