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    Provide well-designed bicycle facilities to ensure not just a bare minimum level of safety, but also provide a desirable environment that is comfortable, enriching and encourages people to prioritize biking as the primary mode of transportation.

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Locate buffered bike lanes on wide, busy streets, where physically separating bike lanes with cycle tracks is undesirable due to frequent pedestrian crossings, driveway or loading conflicts, cost, or operational or maintenance reasons. Slow traffic by narrowing the adjoining travel lanes, and provide a painted divider between bike lanes and travel lanes.