Thursday, February 15, 2007

Cyclists come in second on lane study

A Canadian city decides against marking bicycle lanes on some busy streets, lest they lose on-street parking. Is there a lesson in this disappointment for the city's cyclists? In this case, it might be that riders should have been proactive and recommended a street design instead of counting on the experts to do it. The story's from British Columbia, in the Esquimalt News.

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