I don't care what they look like as long as they are functional. Unfortunately, half of the BikeLids at my train station broke after a year. Two are completely unusable while the other is OK but you have to prop it open with your head while you roll in and lock your bike.
Unfortunately, since these were funded through a one-time TSA grant and have no way of generating revenue, there is no money for maintenance.
I also think the company is a little misleading on their security. Or maybe I'm just bitter since my brand-new Kona Dew Plus was stolen from one.
I wish they had gone with something like this in Dallas instead of those stupid BikeLids.
I'll definitely be trying this soon. Looking forward to the Inca Kola.
FYI, 80% of median in Dallas, for a family of four, is $56k.
Dallas has a history of using HUD money to fund developments that do not satifify the affordable housing requirements. http://www.dallasobserver.com/...
Sorry, here is a slightly more better image.
Here's a slightly better map. Or use the interactive version but it is a bit slow: http://gis.dallascityhall.com/...
It is looking really close! I think just finishing touches now.
They've been saying "soon" for the last ten years. Have they started construction on any of the bridges yet? Have they worked out their issues with DART and Oncor?
BTW, last I heard the "Ridgewood Trail" name will end where it meets the SoPac. The "Flag Pole Hill Trail" will continue on to the White Rock DART station and, hopefully, eventually to the old armory.