SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The city of San Diego claims that dozens of parking spaces will be removed and replaced with one-mile bike lanes from Adams Avenue to the University.
Such efforts have been made throughout the city.
Bicycle lanes have been set up as city leaders try to remove San Diego off the road and encourage more public transport and bicycle use.
There have been many times when these plans have not been adequately notified to locals living in the area and have resulted in the road being overturned or even completely relocated, as shown in the Goldcoast Drive case in the Mira Mesa case.
In this case, the city seems to have informed locals and businesses, but that has not stopped the wave of frustration, as some critics say it creates an unnecessary burden for the community to support.
In “Good Evening San Diego,” KUSI’s Matt Prichard was in Normal Heights with more on how businesses and locals are reacting to this change.
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