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BrooklynEm wrote: It's not hard to figure out why the anti- bike lane people were outnumbered at the protest. THEY HAVE JOBS and can't spend a weekday morning holding signs up at a rally.
anthonycm wrote: Yes, let's eliminate all the bike lanes, encourage even more cars on the road (more noise, pollution, etc.), more unsafe biking for adults and kids, and help grow even fatter Americans. That's exactly what NYC needs.
eggcream wrote: Gee, just what NYC needs, more people telling them what they need or don't need should or shouldn't do.
Idlewild wrote: Well, there's one thing the hotly contested bike lane can't do! And that's getting me to Fiore's Deli in Hoboken for a muzz and meat sandwich. Which I hope to get to within an hour or so. Although if the NY/NJPA did create such a path, I'd support it.
Idlewild wrote: You've been?
Carnivore wrote: [quote=Idlewild]You've been?
the results of Brad Lander's survey are in: http://bradlander.com/ppwsurvey
shows overwhelming support for the bike lane.
Marty Gives His POV on the PPW Bike Lane
I have nothing against the bike lane, but the City really needs to clarify, as in MARK & SHOW SIGNS, that it's a two-way lane.