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City’s first green bike lanes at Fairview/Guelph/Prospect

Fairview_Bike_LaneThe City has installed new green bike lanes at the intersections of Fairview/Guelph Line and Prospect/Guelph Line.

The green bike lanes are intended to help highlight the bike lane portion of the road, reminding motorists and cyclists to be aware of each other and drive with caution. This is especially important at intersections where cars must cross over the bike lane to make a right-hand turn.

The new road markings are being installed as part of the resurfacing project on Guelph Line and Fairview St.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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