The Department of Transportation has determined that a dedicated bike lane on the Pulaski Bridge would not adversely affect traffic there, according to a press release from Assemblyman Joe Lentol, who has been pushing for a dedicated lane. “After all the letters and calls, I am proud to say that a dedicated bike lane could be coming on the Pulaski Bridge,” he said. “By this time next year, cyclists and pedestrians could have their own dedicated lanes and could be crossing the bridge without fear of injury.” Still to be completed by the end of the year, however, is an engineering study to determine how to design and install the dedicated lane.
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