The middle of the street is a one-way running north. The bike lane crosses this at an angle, with a stop sign for the bikes.
It's an interesting solution. Not sure if if like this angled crossing, with no stop sign for the vehicle lane. I usually ride in the traffic lane now, the bike lane can get crowded with people walking. I have a feeling when it's open to traffic, I might still ride in the one-way lane, especially if I'm heading further north on Lincoln instead of turning left. Depending on the speed and volume of traffic.
The underpass is a great way to get by Monroe Street and continue on the Centennial Trail.
West of Monroe:
Back on Post Street, lots of construction activity going on where the new park/plaza is going in south of City Hall, and Post reconfigured. The first time I looked here, I was startled how much this has opened up the view.
These projects should look real nice when finished. Hoping it works for bike, foot and motor traffic.