Comment 113124

By mdrejhon (registered) - website | Posted July 28, 2015 at 13:11:00 in reply to Comment 113123


Traffic lights are synchronized for flow at 60 kilometers per hour.

The average Hamiltonian cannot cycle that fast. Maybe you can. Not many of us.

Try again, bud...

Also, cars often speed a little, so we see 70kph and 80kph cars 'catching up' from the tail end of the synchronization to catch up to the lead-end of the synchronization.

Yes, I cycled on Main/King -- but rarely and only if absolutely necessary. But I so much prefer the Cannon route, or the Stinson/Delaware route (which allows me to go safely underneath some Victoria & Claremont mountain access).

I am a car owner, home owner, property taxpayer, SoBi user, bike owner, and thus am fully familiar with the multimodal issues of Main/King. I am not a "bikenazi" nor I am a "carzealot" and recognize the issues.

Comment edited by mdrejhon on 2015-07-28 13:27:36

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