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Vice Mayor to introduce compromise motion on Central Parkway bikeway
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Even though he says he would prefer Central Parkway remain the way it is, Vice Mayor David Mann is introducing a compromise that makes room for the bike lanes and also saves some key parking spaces.
Mann says his plan would save 23 parking spaces between Ravine and Brighton Place. He says that should help the businesses concerned about losing parking.
The plan, approved by the previous city council, calls for protected bike lanes on each side of Central Parkway. During peak travel times those driving in and out of the city would have two lanes flowing. In off times, cars will be able to park in the outside lane.
The entire bikeway will run from Elm Street to Ludlow Avenue.
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