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    Miasto zamyka ulicę Krupniczą, a na Kazimierza Wielkiego będą pasy dla rowerzystów

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    Miasto zamyka ulicę Krupniczą, a na Kazimierza Wielkiego będą pasy dla rowerzystów

    ©fot. Michał Pawlik

    Jeszcze w tym roku - po Euro 2012 - miasto chce zamknąć dla samochodów ulicę Krupniczą. Będzie ona - na wzór ulicy Szewskiej - deptakiem, po którym będą mogły jeździć tylko tramwaje i rowery. Zapowiedziano to we wtorek na konferencji prasowej w ratuszu.
    Miasto zamyka ulicę Krupniczą, a na Kazimierza Wielkiego będą pasy dla rowerzystów

    ©fot. Michał Pawlik

    Jednocześnie miasto chce wydzielić po obu stronach ulicy Kazimierza Wielkiego pasy dla rowerzystów.


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    We Wrocławiu będą też nowe ścieżki rowerowe - m.in. wzdłuż ul. Gwareckiej, Dokerskiej i Maślickiej (między Królewiecką i Główną). Na skrzyżowaniach Grodzkiej i Piaskowej, Widok i Szewskiej oraz na Grodzkiej przy moście Uniwersyteckim powstaną śluzy rowerowe ułatwiające przejazd przez skrzyżowanie.

    Z danych miasta wynika, że w ciągu ostatniego roku liczba rowerzystów we Wrocławiu wzrosła o 120 procent.

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