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People are people, whatever means
of transportation they use. I remember enormous cycle jams in Beijing 30 years ago, and many, many instances of road rage leading to fisticuffs and huge arguments with the traffic police. Here in Stockholm, where I've been biking for more than four decades, an increasing number of cyclists (IMO a great good thing), combined with an utterly inadequate cycling infrastructure, has led to problems of the type described in the article. Bicycles - and bicycle infrastructure are much cheaper than motor cars and motor car infrastructure - and promote better health and have less deleterious consequences for the urban environment as a whole - but they are are not, and should not be expected to be, free for city planners and administrators....
Posted by mhenriday