A bicyclists walks across a decorative crosswalk at the intersection of North State Street and East Holly Street. Downtown Bellingham drivers have a reputation for sometimes running red lights, endangering pedestrians, even those in a marked crosswalk.
A bicyclists walks across a decorative crosswalk at the intersection of North State Street and East Holly Street. Downtown Bellingham drivers have a reputation for sometimes running red lights, endangering pedestrians, even those in a marked crosswalk. File The Bellingham Herald
A bicyclists walks across a decorative crosswalk at the intersection of North State Street and East Holly Street. Downtown Bellingham drivers have a reputation for sometimes running red lights, endangering pedestrians, even those in a marked crosswalk. File The Bellingham Herald

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