|Cyclists ride in the TransMilenio lanes on 26th St., with a TM station on one side and Bogotá's Eastern Hills behind.|
|A poster made by the Institute of |
Recreation and Sports (the IDRD),
reminding cyclists not to ride in the
TransMilenio lanes as of June 30.
But with the planned (partial) opening of the new TM line tomorrow - only about two years late - this will end. The avenue will have a bike lane designed to be a bike lane. It's a good lane, but of course it is narrower, and also shifts from the sidewalk to the center of the avenue.
|A crowd inaugurating a new TransMilenio station.|
|A pair of cyclists stopped in the new bike lane, or Cicloruta, in the center of 26th St. along this stretch.|