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Roadway Design Bulletin 14-7 is a very dry sounding title for a very important policy shift at the Florida Department of Transportation. The bulletin allows for narrower lanes and makes a 7’ wide bike lane (2’ buffer + 5’ bike lane) the default choice for projects in or within one mile of an urban area.
For divided roadways with a design speed of 45 miles per hour and less within one mile of an urban area the default lane width for new construction has been reduced from the interstate standard width of 12’ to 11’ in width. For the 10′ lane lovers the commentary includes an especially notable teaser:
In the case of urban arterials it was determined, through an expert panel review process, that lane widths between 10 and 12 feet are acceptable on urban arterials and do not cause safety problems. There is no significant correlation between lane…
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