Bellingham doesn’t have a fleet of sidewalk checkers roaming the city in search of uneven pavement problems, such as this one along Barkley Boulevard near Northridge Place. Instead, it relies on reports from people who use the sidewalks and bike lanes to let them know when they encounter a problem.
Bellingham doesn’t have a fleet of sidewalk checkers roaming the city in search of uneven pavement problems, such as this one along Barkley Boulevard near Northridge Place. Instead, it relies on reports from people who use the sidewalks and bike lanes to let them know when they encounter a problem. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Bellingham doesn’t have a fleet of sidewalk checkers roaming the city in search of uneven pavement problems, such as this one along Barkley Boulevard near Northridge Place. Instead, it relies on reports from people who use the sidewalks and bike lanes to let them know when they encounter a problem. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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