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@Dizzy - whether or not thats the case (and I think its more complex than that - I am a car owner, but ALSO a cyclist, transit user, and walker, for example - I'm for fewer VMTs, but anyone who starts a war on cars by firing a gun at my sedan will have combat on their hands) the policy discussed in the WaPo article is orthogonal to that. Its not taking free parking spaces to create bike lanes or bus lanes or CaBi stations - its taking free parking spaces available to all, and instead creating free parking spaces for ward 1 residents. Maybe its a war on suburbanites, or a Ward 1 war on Ward 7 and 8, or some other meme - but war on cars it is not.

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