The Flagstaff City Council approved a pilot project Tuesday that would separate bike lanes by concrete barriers on two miles of Beaver Street and Butler Avenue. If the project is successful in these two locations, other streets will start seeing barriers to separate vehicle traffic from bicycle traffic, such as Fourth Street and Cedar Avenue. The cost of the project will be about $287-thousand dollars per mile. It would be funded from money collected by Prop 419 funds. The new budget directs one-million dollars from the fund toward bicycle lanes. The plan comes after a fatal accident at the intersection of Beaver and Butler in May that killed one person and left five others injured.