Comment 34430

By J Morse (anonymous) | Posted October 04, 2009 at 21:29:46

Bikes are allowed on highways. Bikes are not allowed on freeways, freeways were built for cars and trucks only. City streets, however, were built for people to use according to the laws that apply to them.

It's amazing that this debate always generates the argument for cars having ultimate supremacy on the roads. Shouldn't it be about the needs of people and not their choice of transportation mode? We tend to forget that cars have people in them, bikes have riders, and so on. The goal of these people are the same, getting from A to B. How can we allow that because cars are bigger and go faster that their drivers are more important than the people that aren't in cars. It's a form of discrimination.

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