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Grasso has the dubious benefit of bike lanes to nowhere.
From what I've heard, the Orange Street is actually a non-standard lane - the lane widths are 4.5' each there, instead of the recommended 5' . A few inches is important in how the city determined which streets were wide enough, and I think they made a slight exception for Orange St because the demand for it was so high.
I will ask again about the city's rationale for State Street, though, to see if they may have been too conservative when they did their initial analyses of street widths. Given that they probably can't reduce the width of the car and bus travel lane, though, we are looking closely into other alternatives, such as a sharrow marking (see http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&rlz=1T4GGLR_enUS235US235&q=sharrow )
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