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Bellingham passes new bike, pedestrian master plans

Plans aim to increase safety, equity, connectivity and biking/walking trips over next decade

Green bike boxes cover the intersection of Granary Avenue and West Chestnut Street near the downtown waterfront. The City of Bellingham is seeking public input on its bicycle master plan through the end of May.
Green bike boxes cover the intersection of Granary Avenue and West Chestnut Street near the downtown waterfront in 2023. The Bicycle Master Plan recommends 196 new on-street connections, 20 new off-street connections, 34 new spot improvements and 46 upgrades to existing bikeways. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
Bellingham City Council approved two master plans that will shape the experience of cyclists and ped
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