Overland Park approves plan to create 165 miles of bike lanes in city | The Kansas City Star

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An extensive bike network has been approved for Overland Park.

The city council kicked off its meeting Monday evening by approving a much-anticipated bike plan, which would likely create 165 miles of bicycle lanes throughout the city. It also calls for buffered bicycle lanes, shared use paths, shared lane markings and signed bike routes.

The $27 million project will be implemented gradually and will take several years to complete, spreading out the cost.