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"The Missing Link" on the Burke-Gilman Trail - Debate Continues

Posted Thursday, July 14, 2011 by Christopher L. Thayer

alt textFor recreational riders and bike commuters the section of the Burke-Gilman Trail (between the Ballard Fred Meyer and the Locks) known as the “Missing Link” has been the source of some ongoing controversy and, unfortunately, a number of bicycle accidents. The attached article, written by an avid cyclist, provides the perspective from the commercial truck drivers who have to drive on the same roads - shared with bicyclists. It addresses the safety concerns of trying to have large commercial vehicles share the road with cyclists.

Bikes vs. Freight on the “Missing Link” of the Burke Gilman Trail

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