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Needs fully laned and signaled crosswalks.
In the absence of a defined bike lane, bicyclists need to follow the standard traffic signal indications - the same as cars. Bikes don't belong on sidewalks or in crosswalks as those are reserved for pedestrians.
If you have a concern for specific signage in that area, please contact the SW Police Dept. at 860-644-2551.
SW Mass Transit and Highway Advisory Commission
"The principal trend that emerges from the papers reviewed here is that clearly-marked, bike-specific facilities (i.e. cycle tracks at roundabouts, bike routes, bike lanes, and bike paths) were consistently shown to provide improved safety for cyclists compared to on-road cycling with traffic or off-road with pedestrians and other users. Marked bike lanes and bike routes were found to reduce injury or crash rates by about half compared to unmodified roadways."
Winters, Meghan et al. The impact of transportation infrastructure on bicycling injuries and crashes: a review of the literature. Environmental Health 2009, 8:47 (October 21, 2009)
Hi ROC, I'm not sure whose road this is, but you might benefit - or at least get another response - if you report this directly to ConnDOT here:
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