Boulder officials have taken notice of Portland's system, and now are exploring several Portland-style street treatments.
One of the projects under consideration is to use colored bike lanes.
Marni Ratzel, the bicycle and pedestrian transportation planner for Go Boulder, said adding paint may also help increase awareness on Boulder roads.
"It's something new and more visible, and that helps raise the awareness of all users of the presence of bicyclists," she said. "I do think
Hot news this week from Chamois News LOCAL CYCLIST PISSED WHEN LEADVILLE 100 TURNS OUT TO BE 103 MILES
It was discovered that the famous Leavdville 100 race that just took place last week was in fact NOT 100 miles at all. This information had a negative impact of many riders and some are left wondering about that sense of trust in race promoters.
He went on to say, “I did all my preparation and pacing for 100 miles. 103+ miles totally messed up my plan. I just missed placing in the top 100 but I could have been top 20 if I had known all of the details. I will for sure be ready for next year”.