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Bike Delaware / Intersections / East Cleveland Avenue & Paper Mill Road - Shared screen with speaker view
jon
26:37
that rendering was hilarious πŸ˜†
Tim Filasky
29:08
Mark, As Jeff mentioned, the volumes are so high here, any additional time to the trail, would negate the efficiency gains from the Margaret St. revisions.
Karl Hassler
40:32
awesome concept, Jeff. 1) Moving waiting bikes forward increases visibility to motorists considerably, since they are now always in the ped crossing lane. 2) refuge for northbound bikes in bike lane at far end of intersection eliminates a pinch point since currently bikes need to move left mid-intersection to land in the bike lane, and motorists are apt to have right tire in bike lane there.
jon
47:07
all the presenters have determined what’s β€œfeasible” which is ........ keep things the way they are πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
jon
47:56
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Karl Hassler
54:25
Thanks, Jeff. For westbound thru traffic, have almost seen many rear-enders in front of wood fired pizza place as they jam on brakes for slower traffic!
Kerry Yost
55:33
thanks
jon
55:57
this session has offered the starkest contrast of the day for the way we approach these matters as β€œget out of the way of my car” vs. β€œhow do we safely and enjoyable move everyone through this space” πŸ€­πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
bob mcbride
56:43
Thanks to Bike DE and all of the panelists for a great session today
jon
57:52
*enjoyably
jon
58:37
Thank you AARP and all the sponsors! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»
Karl Hassler
58:45
Thank you Bike DE!!
Kathleen Grier
58:51
Great job with the conference. The format and set up was excellent.