Streetfilms: On-Street Bicycle Parking, Portland

Following the news about the new sidewalk extensions and bike racks being installed in place of car parking space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Clarence Eckerson of Streetfilms sends along this short video looking at on-street bicycle parking in Portland, Oregon, that cyclists’ Shangri-La. As Greg Raisman from Portland DOT says, "After we put it in, it was so successful that businesses two blocks away unanimously asked for another one…"

On-Street Bike Parking in Portland, Oregon
Running time: 34 seconds
Streetfilms by Clarence Eckerson

And here are some photos of on-street bike parking in other cities:

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