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Either 2 or 3. Keeping motorists out of the bike lane as much as possible increases the potential for right-hook and left-hook collisions. Motorists' use of the bike lane must be made as safe as possible, for example, by providing right turn pockets to the right of the bike lane, or discontinuing the bike lane before intersections. If the bike lane can not be constructed with these provisions, it is better not constructed at all. On urban streets with frequent driveways and cross streets, it usually can not be.