Apparently, The Urban Repair Squad wants to help create social change through public awareness via non-violent urban gorilla actions – like using non-permanent, non-toxic water based paints to add “two-way sharrows” on the pavement of Mcdonnel Avenue. So, to popularize the action I made a Google Map
On The Blogs: Mapping the McDonell Sharrows
October 27, 2010 by
Planet Bike Light Combo
Planet Bike 5 LED Tail Light
RECENT INFRASTRUCTURE POSTS:
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- OH YEAH! The Viaduct bikelanes get MORE green paint!
- FACEPALM: City closes Hoskin bikelane for PanAm Games
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- OH YEAH! 30 km/h limits likely for local downtown streets