Elevated bike lanes are being constructed along Ingersoll as part of the neighborhood's streetscape project.
Why it matters: The lanes are meant to protect cyclists from traffic and keep them from getting hit by car doors.
Yes, but: There's some confusion on how they work with vehicles pulling in and out of business parking lots.
How it works: The easiest thing for pedestrians to remember when they see the red-brick bike lane is that red means "don't go," Bobby Kennedy of the Street Collective tells Axios.
- The concrete sidewalk is for pedestrians while the protected lane is for cyclists.