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Protected bike lanes

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With crowded roadways and high gas prices, many Americans are searching for an alternate mode of transportation.
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Protected bike lanes
With crowded roadways and high gas prices, many Americans are searching for an alternate mode of transportation.

With crowded roadways and high gas prices, many Americans are searching for an alternate mode of transportation. They want something convenient, and they don't want to cram themselves into a crowded bus or subway during rush hour either. Biking seems to be a common solution to that need, and all across the United States, numerous cities are trying to enhance their livability by becoming more bike-friendly.

The city of Denver, Colorado, installed its very own protected bike lane last August to encourage more residents to use their bikes as a primary mode of transportation, according to the Denver Downtown Area Plan. These designated lanes are separated from the roadway by either a curb, parking lane, planter or post that gives bikers their own space.

A large deterrent to biking around a city is the danger of sharing the road with motorists. By giving bikers a safe space, the activity is made more appealing and accessible to people of all biking abilities.

If you are trying to make your city more bike-friendly, consider investing in a few products from Anova, in addition to implementing a protected bike lane. Your city will quickly join the ranks of some of the most forward-thinking cities out there.

With attractive styles that enhance the look of sidewalks and parks, installing bike racks for public use is an easy choice. It will encourage residents to take an alternate mode of transportation and strengthen the community overall. Whether you want a traditional-looking bike rack or something a bit more modern and chic, Anova has many options you can choose from.

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