While I am definitely a road user in both my vehicles (Doublevision and motor car), these segregated bike routes are nice because of the lack of motor vehicles. However, they are mixed use trails, and it can get a bit hazardous because joggers, walkers, and a multitude of other bicycle operators seek these alternative routes as well. It was not as crowded as the Shoreline Trail in Chicago or the beach trail in LA (such congested trails are definitely hazardous) but then I was either pedaling solo during early am darkness or with family during a non-workday. When trail users co-operate, pedaling is a pleasure, especially when I don't have the added concern of a massive (motor)vehicle "sharing" the lane with me!
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