McClatchy High School student Faith Bernstein, 18, rides home from school on Freeport Boulevard in 2009. Bernstein led a student group that urged the city to make Freeport safer for bicyclists.
McClatchy High School student Faith Bernstein, 18, rides home from school on Freeport Boulevard in 2009. Bernstein led a student group that urged the city to make Freeport safer for bicyclists. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file
McClatchy High School student Faith Bernstein, 18, rides home from school on Freeport Boulevard in 2009. Bernstein led a student group that urged the city to make Freeport safer for bicyclists. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento student’s pitch pays off with bike lanes on Freeport Boulevard

May 11, 2016 06:11 PM

UPDATED May 12, 2016 07:10 AM

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