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Market Street’s Sidewalks are Entirely Too Wide – Anyway, Here’s How People Use Them

TweetLike this tricycle rider. Why not make the slow lanes about a yard wider at the expense of the expansive sidewalks? Well, sure, you couldn’t do it everywhere, but it’d be an improvement. And then trike riders would be in the street where they belong…
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