Almon Street bike lane

Table 1

Options proposed in spring 2017
Segment of Almon Street Current Proposed
Gottingen Street to Agricola Street Two travel lanes and one side of on-street parking Two travel lanes that have “share the lane” bicycle markings and one side of on-street parking. No separate bicycle lane.
Agricola Street to Dublin Street Two travel lanes and two sides of on-street parking Two travel lanes, two bicycle lanes, and one side of on-street parking
Dublin Street to Connaught Avenue Two travel lanes and two sides of on-street parking Two travel lanes, two bicycle lanes, and no on-street parking

Table 2

Additional options being considered in fall 2017
Segment of Almon Street or Parallel Street Current New Options Proposed (fall 2017)
Almon Street between Gottingen and Agricola Streets Two travel lanes and one side of on-street parking No new option, same as spring 2017 proposal
Almon Street between Agricola and Windsor Streets Two travel lanes and two sides of on-street parking Protected bike lanes on both sides. No on-street parking
Liverpool Street between Windsor Street and Connaught Avenue/Westmount Two travel lanes and two sides of on-street parking Use Liverpool Street instead of Almon Street for the segment between Windsor Street and Connaught Avenue/Westmount. Liverpool Street would serve as a local street bikeway with two travel lanes and two sides of on-street parking. Traffic calming elements and new crossing treatments at intersections could be considered. No change to current Almon Street configuration between Windsor Street and Connaught Avenue. This option would require changes to the Windsor Street/Almon Street intersection to facilitate the safer passage of cyclists from Almon Street to Liverpool Street. Changes could include an enhanced crossing of Windsor Street at Liverpool Street.