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After years of feeling shoved to the Capital City's curb, bicyclists are seeing things start to roll their way.
Just this week, the Raleigh City Council endorsed a plan to add separate bike lanes as part of the $9.9 million makeover of Hillsborough Street.
A few blocks away, in downtown Raleigh, a bicycle-share program could be up and running within months.
And if the money materializes, city staff members have a wish list of 25 streets that would get bike lanes or widened shoulders to make things easier on cyclists trying to commute.