Categories Uncategorized You know your streets are designed for higher speeds when residents resort to installing their own homemade traffic calming devices. @provocity Post author By Austin Taylor Post date March 6, 2021 No Comments on You know your streets are designed for higher speeds when residents resort to installing their own homemade traffic calming devices. @provocity View on Instagram https://instagr.am/p/CMGhiW3B1JC/ Share this:FacebookEmailTwitterPinterest Tags IFTTT, Instagram ← #bikewalkprovostories Bryant Jensen “I cycle to commute and for exercise. It’s been my primary mode of local travel for 20 years–in Tempe (AZ), Delano (CA), Eugene (OR), and now, for the past 8 and half years, in Provo. I like to think while moving, and to experience my city differently (outside of a car). I get to experience the nooks and crannies of my community much better on a bike. My kids love it too. Cycling together bonds us. We have five kids. The four oldest cycled with me everyday to BYU campus for preschool–rain, snow, sleet, or hail–and remember it fondly, despite my yells at them to “pedal, pedal, pedal!” to get up temple hill from downtown where we live. We also cycle together for fun, especially on Saturdays along the river in spring and fall.” → @utahtransportation I didn’t know the bike lane was a storage zone… This is 500 W and 200 N in Provo. There’s a perfectly good park strip just to the right. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.