Another Webb Park bike lane meeting set for Monday
BATON ROUGE- A community meeting is being held Monday to discuss a problem with the bike lanes in an upscale neighborhood.
People who live around Webb Park say the lanes are too big and it's causing a shortage in available parking. Police officers have started writing tickets for cars in Glenmore and Hundred Oaks that are illegally parked in the bike lanes.
At a previous meeting among residents, people suggested a petition to remove the bike lanes.
But, some residents say the bike lanes are good for the community, they're just frustrated by parking shortage.
Another meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. on Monday at Ingleside Methodist Church.
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