Our local municipality did a pretty neat thing. It constructed a big bicycle rack, one big enough for a dozen or so bikes and placed it in a parking space right in front of our favorite coffee shoppe. How cool is that? Does TPP have to tell you that car drivers, most of whom now lack the skill to parallel park anyways, complained. That's right, take away one car parking space and the complaints came rolling in even though in the process a dozen or more people get to park their bikes in front of the coffee shoppe (which is also near the post office, bank, theater, etc.). Here's the math simplified from an article found at the Treehugger. Take away even more car parking and you've got room for trees. Take away more car parking and you've got room for sidewalk cafes. Or should we pave paradise and put up a parking lot. Oh, so you live too far out in the burbs to make biking efficient, well then, you chose poorly didn't you? Contemplate this while you search for a car parking spot.
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