New Stretch Of Bike-Friendly Road Almost Complete

Devin Stevens over at Metro Halifax covers the latest on the construction of new bike lanes on Route 333 between Beechville and Tantallon.  This has been in the works since the summer, and is being applauded by cycle enthusiasts all around.  From the article:

“Route 333 was chosen for the new bike lanes because of its ability to connect with HRM bike lanes on St. Margarets Bay Road. The government is using a modified chip seal and recycled asphalt for the lane surface, which costs $60,000 less per kilometre than traditional asphalt lanes.”

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