Providence coalition plans demonstration bike lane on Hope Street

Updated Nov. 18 at 3:43 p.m.

A RENDERING DEPICTING the temporary bike lane planned for Hope Street between Lauriston and Olney streets. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE STREETS COALITION
PROVIDENCE – A group of cycling advocates is taking the wheel on efforts to win over naysayers to the city’s ambitious bike lane network. The Providence Streets Coalition plans to install a temporary, two-way bike lane along a one-mile section of Hope Street running directly through the business district. The project, funded by e-bike and…

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  1. STOP with the bike lanes!!
    They hurt business.
    If you want to ride a bike then go to a park.
    Time to stop this nonsense and get back to having roads be for automobiles and trucks.

    What’s next? A bike lane on interstate roads?
    STOP wasting taxpayer money on these ridiculous bike-lanes that are RARELY used!