Comment 34632

By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted October 08, 2009 at 19:33:06

Jason, if Portland has the largest percentage of cyclists in the U.S. at 6%, is it right to think that that cyclists in Hamilton should get any more than 6% of the road width? If the issue is fairness, why should cyclists get more than their fair share of the road?

This link also explains why Denmark has so many cyclists relative to drivers...the government taxes gas so heavily that it produces gas prices of $7 gallon. If the government allowed the free market to work, people in Denmark would give up their bikes and go back to using cars.

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