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Share the road: Bike signage coming to Princeton

Princeton residents will begin seeing bike signs around town. Quint Quiram (from left), superintendent of the Princeton street department, Mike Kernan and Gabe Bonnell, city of Princeton street department employees, hold up the signs they plan to hang throughout the city.
Princeton residents will begin seeing bike signs around town. Quint Quiram (from left), superintendent of the Princeton street department, Mike Kernan and Gabe Bonnell, city of Princeton street department employees, hold up the signs they plan to hang throughout the city.

PRINCETON — Princeton residents will soon begin to see bike signage and new road marking as the city’s bike plan moves forward in implementation. 

The city of Princeton’s bike plan was developed by the Prince­ton Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission with support from Ride Illinois, a member supported nonprofit organization making biking better for all of Illinois.

The Master Bike Plan was presented to the Princeton City Council for approval in November 2018.

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