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October 17, 2019


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"If that requires doing away with a traffic lane on busy streets like Commercial, Liberty, and such, so be it." Brian Hines
GREAT comment Brian!
Add to the plan, the increasing traffic dumping into downtown Salem from HWY 22 East and West, we can bring traffic to a complete stop!
You like bikes? Bikes will be the only traffic that moves in downtown Salem when the streets are a parking lot.
How about Salem reaching for the #1 global warming producing city in Oregon, due to daily gridlock of intrastate traffic movement???
Brilliant and visionary planning!!!
AAAAtttt- aaboy!

Sounds encouraging! I’ll be really encouraged when I see some of those dedicated separated bike lanes appear on major thoroughfare like Liberty or Commercial!

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