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How does the city maintain bike lanes?

Joseph Lowe
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Ashley Morton (left) and Jordan Daywalt use the Cross City Trail to ride to Wrightsville Beach on June 18, 2010. StarNews photo by Paul Stephen

Ashley Morton (left) and Jordan Daywalt use the Cross City Trail to ride to Wrightsville Beach on June 18, 2010. StarNews photo by Paul Stephen

Q. Does the city have a plan in place to regularly maintain city designated bicycle lanes? If so what is it? Many sections of the bicycle lanes on Greenville Loop Road are narrowed by debris and grass leading to hazardous conditions.

A. According to Dylan Lee of the Wilmington City Manager’s department staff, bike lanes are swept four times per year. There are crews that clip the grass on the shoulder as needed, a couple times per year. If you see a hazard, you can call 341-7879 to report it.

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Is there a map of the bicycle paths, existing and projected, for Wilmington?

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