Comment 98826

By arienc (registered) | Posted March 21, 2014 at 11:06:38 in reply to Comment 98810

What's wrong with the comparison of accident rates? They have good, dedicated bike infrastructure, we don't. They have low rates of injuries and deaths. We don't. There is a direct relationship which should make sense to anyone with a brain.

Europe is not another planet. They have cars and suburbs and people who have to rush around to get things done too. It's not like they were born with a 'cycling gene' that wasn't given to people born in North America. The main differnece is that they actually made decisions that gave more importance to protecting citizens from the negative effects of cars instead of giving automobile speed the top priority.

The idea of actually learning from what others have done seems to be completely foreign to you, LOL.

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