As part of the big home improvement center it is building in Albany, the Lowe’s company is extending the Periwinkle Bike Path all along the eastern boundary of its site. When it’s done, the path will dead-end on Ninth Avenue. And that brings me to a wild idea.
Thirty-six years after the Periwinkle Bike Path was built, now would be a good time to fix a problem that keeps it from being quite as useful as it could be. The 1.7-mile path extends from Oak Street in central Albany to Grand Prairie Park in the southeast. Another four-tenths of a mile takes the rider […]