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New Bicycle Videos Help Road Users Understand Bicycle Markings

Over the past two years, Minneapolis has doubled the miles of on-street bikeways. Whether you are driving a car or riding a bike, it is important that all road users know what all the new markings mean. Two new videos produced by the City of Minneapolis will help bicyclists and motorists better understand how to safely coexist on city streets. Check out the videos below and visit the Understanding New Bicycling Markings page for more information. 


Bike Lanes Video

Shared Lanes Video

More information about bicycling in Minneapolis

Last updated Apr 4, 2012



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