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I've been following the "bike path debates" for a few months now. The issue revolves around one of the final phases of the proposed bike bath that now runs from 9th Street along a 15-mph Haven Avenue to about 25th Street and then a paved trail for a number of blocks and back on Haven Avenue to 34th Street.
The debate involves a proposal to follow an existing railroad bed along the wetlands and the back of some properties from there to the end of the island at 59th Street. This proposal is being made to keep bikers off the very busy West Avenue freeway, the major artery from one end of the island to the other. However, a group has formed - "Friends of the Welands" who question the city shrinking wetlands for the proposed path. However, the city has received $87,000 in state transportation grants to study the feasibility of building a bike path on or adjacent to wetlands between 36th and 49th streets.
That's the basic debate right now. Clearly, in this biking community we do need some ideas to solve the problem down in the southend of the island. The busy automobile summer along with the busy biking summer creates the potential for very dangerous situations. What got me to post today about it was a front page article, "Taking a Stand - Bike path stirs fight in O.C." in THE PRESS of Atlantic City morning paper (December 16, 2010). The year long study should result in many more articles about the ongoing review of the bike path ... I offer to particular position right now, but I certainly agree that a study of the possibility for such a plan makes sense. dap
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