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|Friday, August 07, 2009|
As part of a new MAX route between Portland and Milwaukie, TriMet is planning a Willamette River bridge to be used exclusively for light rail, bicyclists and pedestrians. The wide design could help divert bike and foot traffic away from the congested Hawthorne Bridge, but some think the new bridge's designs still aren't wide enough to handle the ever-growing bike use in Portland.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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