Texas city council aims to boost bike friendliness

05/13/2014 | Mansfield News-Mirror (Texas)

The Mansfield, Texas, City Council is considering ways to make the city more friendly to bicycles. An initial $11.1 million plan has been scaled back to $6.78 million, but it still includes street signs advising cars to share the road and dedicated bicycle lanes. The city hired a consultant for $65,000 to develop recommendations.

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