Urbana, Illinois, is a great place to build a bike path.
But the city has been plagued with bike lane failures since the 1960s.
The city, in fact, has the worst bike-lane network in the country.
That’s according to a new report by the city’s Department of Transportation.
And the department says that’s because its bike-path design is largely driven by ideology, rather than technology.
Urbanas design has long been based on the idea that bikes need to be used in public spaces, such as parks and on the streets, so that they can’t just be driven around on the highways and highways can’t be used for public transit.
This ideology, and the citys unwillingness to compromise on it, have caused the city to lose its status as a top-rated place to bike.
The department says this is one of the reasons why Urbans bike network has such poor performance.
The report says the city had just over 2 million bikes on the road in 2013, and that it was in the midst of rebuilding the bike network.
But it only had around 4,000 new bikes in 2015.
It has a history of losing bike lanes Urbanias bike-way network is heavily driven by ideological considerations.
The most recent report notes that the city is almost entirely dedicated to bike lanes in areas of the city that have been traditionally used for motor vehicles.
For example, the city was one of only four states to have a bike lane on a major interstate in 2015 and 2016.
This is where the bike lanes are located, so there are fewer cars on the roads, and people are less likely to hit them.
These lanes have also historically been the primary means for getting people around town.
In 2016, the report found that the number of bike lanes per capita was about the same in the city and the surrounding suburbs, with a slight increase in the area with a high concentration of Urbánns residents.
This area also had one of its highest rates of vehicle crashes, with nearly two in five crashes involving a motor vehicle.
The Department of transportation says the problems stem from a combination of a lack of dedicated bike lanes, an overly aggressive approach to design and the way the city treats cyclists.
The bike-and-pedestrian program has a long history in Urbanna, dating back to the early 1970s.
For decades, the bike- and pedestrian program has been the main transportation option for residents and businesspeople.
The Urbahn has been a city of about 40,000 people since 1967.
But as the city expanded in the 1980s, more and more residents began to take advantage of the bike lane system, and many of them were Urbannans themselves.
This changed in 1997, when Urbancans began to build and use their own vehicles on the city streets.
In 1999, a city ordinance changed the bikeway system in the neighborhood.
This paved the way for the citywide expansion of the program.
But when the city launched its bikeway program in 2014, there was a lack, according to the department, of dedicated bicycle lanes, and an overly rigid design that restricted access.
The agency says this resulted in many people who wanted to get around using their bikes as a way to get to and from the office, the grocery store or school, instead of using their cars or buses.
The problem is, in many places, they just didn’t have the space.
For years, bike lanes have been one of Urbo’s most popular transportation options.
The program was instrumental in making Urbanyns reputation as a place where people from all walks of life can get around the city, says Bill Deacon, director of the transportation planning department at the University of Illinois.
Urbandontas bike lane program began in 2013 after a long period of construction, according a city statement.
Deacon says it was a relatively straightforward project to build.
But he says the bike program has struggled to keep pace with the changing demographic of Urbandonans.
For instance, the Department of the Environment recently updated the bicycle and pedestrian design guidelines for the entire city, and Urbandónas bikeway guidelines were updated to accommodate the changes.
The new guidelines, which will be adopted by the entire community, include an explicit prohibition against the use of vehicles in Urbandons bike lane.
Deacons office says the department has also been working with Urbandones new bike-mapping project to help build out more of the community’s bike lanes.
The project includes the creation of two bike lanes on U.S. Highway 3 in Urbo, and two lanes in the nearby Urbandoni neighborhood.
The projects work together to ensure that bike lanes can be located near where residents want them, and in neighborhoods where there are existing bike lanes or where existing bike infrastructure is in place.
Deons office says these efforts are helping to build better connections between communities.
“These projects are helping Urbandonerans build better connectivity to each other,”