This is a Long-Awaited Update
I strongly support some of the design choices being made here. The decision to go with a grade-separated unidirectional bike lane, protected from the street by both plantings and bus stops, is a really good one. I'm glad to see a protected intersection coming to Stone and Scottsdale.
I'm not sure why there is no plan for a unidirectional bike lane on the south of Stone between the Hanlon and Scottsdale. As with everything transportation, usage and usability will depend on the strength of the network. I assume this is because there are no driveways on the north side of Stone in that section, but the intersection at Scottsdale will need to be configured properly to make it safe and easy for cyclists to switch to the south side when they get there (paying particular attention to northbound drivers making the left onto Stone).
I wonder if consideration has been given to tighten up the corners of the right-hand turning lanes into the mall to force drivers to slow down as they cross the bike lane. It might be worth thinking about.
I was initially quite frustrated when the city only paved half the "cycle track" on Stone years ago, but I'm glad to see now a much better design emerging from the delay.