Monday, March 10, 2014
South Portland Greenbelt Trail
Casco Bay Bridge bike lanes
International Marine Terminal
Commercial Street bike lanes
Rufus Deering lumberyard
John Ford statue
One City Center garage
Portland Press Herald offices
Take a tour of Joe Lawlor's bike commute from South Portland to One City Center.
After crossing Broadway, Joe's ride took him along the South Portland Greenbelt, a paved path for walkers and cyclists that runs along the waterfront to the Casco Bay Bridge.
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Though the Casco Bay Bridge has bike lanes and a sidewalk, it proved to be the most unpleasant part of Joe's commute.
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On the other side of the bridge, the streets of downtown Portland offered smooth riding in spite of some traffic congestion.
A short climb from Gorham's Corner to Free Street and the end of the commute is in sight: the One City Center Parking garage, where bike racks offer commuters a secure place to store their vehicles out of the elements.
Interactive design: Christian MilNeil/online producer