WATCH: West Chestnut Street Bike Lane Striping Begins

by | August 8, 2017 | Biking in Philly, Featured, Vision Zero | 2 comments

Bicycle Coalition

Striping for the West Chestnut Street parking-protected bike lane began on August 7, 2017 — right on schedule.

To mark (and explain) the occasion, we created the below video. Enjoy.

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  1. Yamez

    Can we get another update on this? I noticed they’ve reached 34th now with striping. When does this official become a bike lane? People are still parking as normal.

  2. Randy LoBasso

    We don’t have an update on the completion date, but as of now it is still not an official bike lane and, therefore, cars parking in it are parking legally.


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