Last edited by hagen2456; 05-29-13 at 02:36 PM.
And right next to the town hall, too
Allowing parking close to intersections is the norm here.This, for instance, is a combined bike path and parking lot, and I HATE it: https://maps.google.dk/?ll=55.672061...12,107.31,,0,0
Road rash is a precious gift. Road rash is your friend. Bask in it, appreciate it, love it. Above all, learn from it. --Robert Hurst
it's not a smackdown, its a surrender.
did you notice, Jan thinks bikelanes appropriate on roads, but only 30mph and below.
Extrapolating and by doing simple math, for traffic speeds at 30 miles an hour and above, Jan Heine calls for full traffic separation, and indeed, he suggests it is his 'first choice always' if it can be done well.
I bet you missed those crucial bits. which aren't jokes, just the pathetic, quixotic panderings by a confused randonneur. Wow- Jan feels comfortable riding in - next to - 30mph traffic.
In actuality, he's just the type of rider Seattle's path network is hoping to cater to- the traffic adverse rider.
what a troll.
Originally Posted by jan heine