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Any planning in this City seem to be running by dumb people. Why would you add bike lanes on Folsom and Cesar Chavez?? You want us to die? Isn't it enough to have all these stupid bike lanes b/w the parked cars and the street? Now you want to add lanes on Cesar Chavez?? Where crazed commuters are trying to come home as quicky as possible? Screw SFBC! These has to be coming from them again. Look we don't ride bikes because it makes drivers feel good about the place they commute back to. We ride bikes to go places, not die in between. Please have a plan that will not make drivers even more angry at us, and that is actually safe for us.

Posted by E on Jul. 11, 2011 @ 11:34 pm

Sorry to disagree. Traffic calming on Cesar Chavez might inconvenience drivers an additional 15 seconds? Maybe 30 seconds? If a motorist gets angry over something that small they need medication.

Posted by Guest on Feb. 27, 2012 @ 1:31 pm

why oh why does there have to bike traffic on the few streets that actually enable vehicles to proceed at decent sppeds and volumes? I'm talking Fell, Oak, Pine, Bush, Franklin, Gough, Broadway, Lombard, Masonic and the other 3 lane thruways with phased traffic lights.

The safest thing is for bikes and cars to be segregated - even the bike nut activists agree with that. So lets identify a few major thoroughfares that are car-specific, and then make provisions for bike traffic on all other streets, including those immediately parallel to those deathtraps.

Posted by Guest on Feb. 27, 2012 @ 2:04 pm

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