City Council Considers Changes to Make San Angelo Safer for Bike Riders


City Council members are considering changes to an ordinance that will make San Angelo safer for bike riders. City Engineer, Russell Pehl, says that the ordinance is at least ten years old and was written very specific, limiting bike lanes to certain areas and directions.

The new ordinance with be written less specific allowing for more bike lanes across town. The city is looking to add twelve new bike lanes, including one on College Hills from Loop 306 to Avenue N and on Johnson St. from Sherwood Way to Avenue N. 

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