Here’s hoping all these points are being considered in the Transportation Master Plan. And that they’ve been incorporated into the Official Community Plan. Because I sure would hate to see hundreds of thousands spent on consultants to put together all these master plans and wind up with more of the same half-assardry on cycling infrastructure. Why, it would make me think we were wasting our money.
Also, note how the narrator looks at the reasons why people cycle on the sidewalk instead of just saying, “Roar!! You shouldn’t do that!!”
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