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High-Demand Corridors: Integrating Bikes and Transit on the Same Street

Great corridors, with a high demand for transit, often likewise have a high demand for cycling infrastructure. With careful planning, the two can not just coexist, but help bolster each other seamlessly, and induce more demand for walking, biking, and transit.

This session will look at examples from Chicago, where the Loop Link project created dedicated and separate space for transit users and people riding their bikes through Chicago’s congested downtown; Seattle, where bus bulbs simultaneously speed transit, provide a high-quality boarding experience, and separate bikes from other modes; and San Francisco, where the city’s most important transit and biking street has undergone tremendous change to improve safety and increase reliability.