"We still want to minimize the impact on traffic. We're looking for a way to make more room for the cars," says Jim Sebastian, DDOT's bicycle program manager.
That comment is being met with fierce criticism from some bike advocates.
"That floors me. Those words (about returning space to cars) should never come out of the mouth of a bike coordinator," said one city bicycle official, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
Can bikers and drivers coexist peacefully?
Providence will use bikes to build a future on a freeway’s footprint - Providence's Jewelry District before the I-195 removal. Photo: Runaway Jim. Sixth in a series of profiles of the Big Jump Project's 10 focus areas. Fifty...
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