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Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item I couldn't count the number of times I've been cut off while cycling by an SUV with an Obama sticker on the bumper. Thank you Alan for setting the facts straight. Even better, should courses at schools be allocated by the the amount parents pay in property taxes?
I could go on. I'm sure you get the point. Public goods are for the public. We all share in the good by being a resident. Some will pay more some will pay less. Since, you are obviously old enough to navigate through the internet to get to this article, I would think you would have mastered this concept by now. No red herrings in this pond.
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Roads in America were developed at the turn of the last century because of lobbying by bicycle unions, including the splendidly named League of American Wheelmen, who wanted better conditions for their members. This was, of course, back when everybody rode bicycles. Ironically, cars took over the paved bicycle roads later. As mentioned, people who choose to ride bicycles already pay for the infrastructure, as do pedestrians for the sidewalks.
And the costs of building separated bike lanes and getting people to shift to the bike are quickly paid off by reduced wear and tear on the roads, less maintenence, better travel times for motorists because of reduced traffic, as well as saving money on health care because of better levels of health. And so on, and so on. Natalie: Most local roads highways are irrelevant to this discussion are paid for primarily by local sales, income, and property taxes, which cyclists pay their full share of. While I totally support the use of cycles as a means of staying fit and healthy, and supporting the environment.
It does erk me when cyclists 'reassert' their right to use the road especially considering they're not paying road user fees to the same extent as those driving vehicles. I love this piece. I'd also like to cite it in a paper about bicycle stereotypes, but I can't for the life of me find the volume or issue number.
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