But bike lanes are not contrary to vehicular behavior because they are segregationary. In general, the fundamental idea of bike lanes - that vehicle type, and not vehicle-independent factors like speed, destination, special function (public bus, taxi) and size should determine where a given vehicle is operated is contrary to the basic rules of vehicular behavior. More specifically, bike lanes are contrary to vehicular behavior because they encourage not only bike lane users to violate basic principles of vehicular traffic behavior like destination and speed positioning, but they discourage non-bike lane users to violate them too. Do I really need to cite all the examples? We've been over this thousands of times. At least at any intersection or junction without a dedicated right turn lane, a bike lane necessarily guides through cyclists to go straight from positions that are to the right of where the bike lane stripe guides right turning motorists to drive, in violation of the destination positioning principle. When motor traffic slows, bike lanes encourage cyclists to pass motorists on the right (violating speed positioning).
That's why VC advocates point out that bike lanes inhibit cyclists from thinking, feeling and operating vehicularly, and why the VC opposition to bike lanes is also "all about operating a bike in a vehicular manner..."
I hereby assert that John Forester is a human, just to emphasize that we're not fighting about whether JF is a god or demon.