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David C, if it's so easy, then why don't they do it now for our huge fleet of buses. There are more people in buses on 16th street than in cars: Where is the paint and enforcement giving them priority? It's not easy. If it were, it would be done already. Maybe we need to spend over $1-billion and then use that sunk cost as rationale for transit-only lanes. But we could get real increases in mobility NOW with a much smaller price tag.

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