Why are some roads marked as bike routes?
The green “Bike Route” signs generally show bike riders which roadways are at least 2 lanes wide in each direction so that a car can use another lane to pass a bicycle that is in the road. These on-street bike routes also connect to other roadways (or sidewalks) to provide interconnectivity with other portions of the off-street trail system.

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1. Can an intersection be changed to allow 2 lanes to turn right?
2. How should bicyclists ride on the road?
3. Why are some roads marked as bike routes?
4. When will you raise (or lower) the speed limit? How are speed limits determined?
5. Can golf carts legally be driven on city streets?
6. When will the sidewalk be built between Point A and Point B?