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@beg to disagree:

You get no argument on this from me. We should go ahead with bikeshare and not wait until MCDOT gets a clue.

I do expect that bikeshare will have some impact to call attention to the need for common sense improvements in our street designs - i.e. "complete streets." But I also expect that bikeshare will not have the immediate initial success in Silver Spring like that seen in D.C., because the infrastructure is lagging behind. We may need to subsidize bikeshare more heavily at first, until the infrastructure can catch up.

by Wayne Phyillaier on Dec 14, 2012 6:49 pm • linkreport

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