A separated bike route. Where is it?
Guest got it: It’s Seattle – Second and Vine. But at first glance, it could easily be mistaken for Vancouver’s Hornby bikeway. \
And that raises the question: where did the design come from and which came first? Is this an engineering standard, or did Vancouver evolve the detailing, notably the planter-box separation, on its own – and Seattle followed? If so, is there an engineering team at City Hall that should get credit?
Here at VWPT, we care about these things.
Thanks to Daily Scot for contribution.