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Louisville wants your opinion on bike lanes, here's the survey

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To people who ride bikes exclusively, the addition is a relief. To people who ride bikes exclusively, the addition is a relief.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville leaders want your opinion as they add more bike lanes to the city.

Mayor Greg Fischer and Metro Council set aside 300,000 dollars for an Urban Bike Network.

You've probably seen new lanes downtown, in Old Louisville and around U of L, but the city plans to continue expanding the network in phases -- going further east, west, and south.

"Right now, we're still putting in additional infrastructure so as motorists don't drive in the bike lanes and as bicyclist follow the rules of the road. Don't run red lights, stop at stop signs, those kinds of rules of the road," Louisville bicycle and pedestrian program coordinator Rolf Eisinger said.

Officials are asking for your help identifying gaps in the urban bike network and what kind of bike lanes you think work best.

The city set up an on-line survey that takes about seven minutes, you can find it here.

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