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I agree but I'll clarify for myself at least that its not that I want to make it harder to drive per se. But if the only way to create a better pedestrian/bike/transit experience is to reallocate what was formerly dedicate to a cars then I think its an easy call most times.

Yea, I think the two are pretty inextricably linked. Improving one experience often necessarily requires degrading the other. And you're right, it is an easy call most times. I say that as someone who drives a car in the city (albeit almost exclusively on weekends).


I was referring to David's analogy here, not to Grahamzilla's pandering policy to his constituency, a policy that - just like David - I dislike.

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