Mark Edelson, Liz Cornish: Why we sued Baltimore City over bike lanes

Connected bike infrastructure is more than a form of urban recreation. For an increasing number of people in urban centers, it is their primary means of transportation. Bikes provide an affordable and healthy means of accessing work, school and everything else. In 2015, Baltimore City updated its bicycle master plan with the aim of increasing ridership to over 50,000 city residents. Bicycle commuter traffic has increased over 40 percent since quarterly counts began in 2009, and it continues to grow. (Balt. Sun)

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