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Bend Open Streets 2016 

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The corner of NE 6th Ave and Marshall became the site of intersection chalk art during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
A local teen rolls into the Makers' Faire at the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
Bend's NE 6th Ave was festooned with chalk drawings during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
Crews stop traffic along Greenwood Ave. during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
Participants weigh in on the safety of sidewalks and the support for safer active commute routes during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
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A Zero Waste station was set up at Hawthorne Station during the Open Streets event Sep 18.
Roadblocks kept cars from passing through NE 6th Ave during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
Carly Mullan and her boyfriend Darrick Yarbrough use this converted delivery bike to haul Mullan's wheelchair during Open Streets.
Bend Bikes, a local non-profit supporting bike commuting, set up an outreach booth on NE 6th for the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
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The corner of NE 6th Ave and Marshall became the site of intersection chalk art during the Open Streets event Sep. 18.
On September 18, Bend had its first Open Streets event, closing parts of NE 1st Ave, NE 6th Ave and Hawthorne and Olney to vehicle traffic so that walkers, cyclists, wheelchairs and skaters could roam free.

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