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Old 02-29-12, 01:13 AM
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'A Real Roadmap,' as 832 miles of new bikeways comes to LA County

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from today's Santa Clarita Valley/San Fernando Valley Daily News

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Why on earth does it cost so much to simply put up little green signs? I realize creating a Class 1 bike path is probably rather involved, but they said most of these were class 3 (ie little green sign)

I do enjoy having my own little lane on the side of the road, even if it is usually cluttered with rubbish and debris.
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse
Why on earth does it cost so much to simply put up little green signs? I realize creating a Class 1 bike path is probably rather involved, but they said most of these were class 3 (ie little green sign)

I do enjoy having my own little lane on the side of the road, even if it is usually cluttered with rubbish and debris.
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