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Poll: Do you like the bicycle lanes on Queens Blvd?

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Jan. 11, 2016 Staff Report

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Lic Res

Wow, this photo does not represent the traffic reality of Queens Blvd. Maybe there is a Queens Blvd in Amsterdam?

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EJ

Regardless of what you may think of bikes and bikers, a city is just better if it encourages biking. We live in the greatest city in the world and we should have bike lanes everywhere. Leave your damn cars at home.

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James

As long as its a barricaded one because the driving situation is really bad. Speeding and swerving everywhere.

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