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@irate_reader; sorry, you lost me at the word "camera". I'm all for getting things moving, and moderate enforcement needs to be a part of that. But when cities start talking cameras they just hear cash registers.

I'm going to see what they do with bus priority on 19th. This is a solvable problem -- in the big picture there isn't that much traffic here. I think the problem is DDOT spends it time worrying about bike lanes rather than getting buses moving.

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