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Pavement marking and signage depicting on-street bicycle lanes have recently been installed along Moore Road, Fairway Drive and along Riverchase Drive from Sandy Lake Road to MacArthur Boulevard. While bike lane striping and the installation of side paths is complete, additional bike lane symbols, directional arrows and pavement markers will be installed in the coming weeks. The project is expected to be complete at the end of February 2020.
Cycling is a great way to stay healthy and get around town while reducing pollution and saving on gas. With the recent installation of on-street bike lanes around town, the City of Coppell wants to remind cyclists and motorists to share the road safely.
Cyclists and motorists should take extra precautions when traveling together. All motorists are urged be aware of their surroundings, drive carefully and pay attention to cyclists. Bicyclists have the same responsibility as drivers to follow the rules of the road, obeying traffic signs, signals and lane markings.
For additional information regarding recently installed bike lanes, contact Coppell Parks and Recreation at 972-462-5100, visit coppelltx.gov, or follow the City of Coppell and Coppell Parks and Recreation on Facebook.