CAMBRIDGE -- The bike lane extension program in Cambridge will move forward while a lawsuit trying to stop it makes its way through the courts.
A city ordinance has mandated protected bike paths be created on 25 miles of Cambridge streets by 2030.
A group of business owners and residents are alleging in a lawsuit that the bike lanes cause them irreparable harm by eliminating street parking spaces.
The judge, doubtful of that negative impact, ruled construction could continue for now.
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