First, I happened to ride past Casey Middle School and was impressed by the following scene:
|Yessir, that's a large solar array acting as a shade for about 100 or so bikes. Every spot was filled, and then some.|
Continuing to my destination I noticed the intuitive and simple to follow directional signage for bikes at many intersections. These appear to be more easily identifiable and understandable than the D route signs presently used in Denver.
|Clear signs eliminate some of the guesswork|
|From left: sidewalk, diagonal car parking, Northbound car lane, protective barrier, Southbound bike lane, sidewalk|
|Contraflow lane at an intersection|
|In an arched section of the contraflow lane, skirting a pedestrian courtyard|
|Sign post at a major trail intersection in Central Park|