Eyes on the Street: Going Soft on Bus Lane Violators

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Photo pool contributor Jacob-uptown tagged this shot of new "soft barriers" intended to keep cars and trucks out of the 34th Street Select Bus lanes. His conclusion: "not successful yet."

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