Thursday, May 10, 2012

One set of roads, one set of rules

When cyclists are faced with laws that make riding more complicated and difficult, such as AFRAP, and with infrastructure designed by a society based on motoring which makes cycling difficult, such as door zone bike lanes, one starts to realize that laws, customs, and designs have to be followed that are fair to everyone. Rather than trying to cobble bike laws and design guides into forms that are less discriminatory or onerous, its better to have a single set of transportation rules that treat everyone fairly.

Enough said?

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