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because that is the rightmost lane that allows for legal travel in the direction of the bike route.
Cittadina, a few years ago, the city/region hired a well-regarded pedestrian & bike planning consultant.
They said that the sharrows were a good idea as a stop-gap measure (to show that something was being done and give some visibility to cycling issues) that could be rolled out by the end of 2009, but that by 2012, real bicycle infrastructure (e.g. buffered lanes and cycle tracks) could be provided.
The City's transportation plans reference the need to make these types of improvements, but virtually nothing has been accomplished.
Here is what other cities are doing. The number of real cycle lanes are doubling in the United States every year.
If it wants to grow its economy, attract jobs, and improve health, New Haven needs to catch up.
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