History isn’t all that matters: Cities can change to cater to pedestrians instead of, or at least in addition to, cars.
As smartphone-toting citizens prod municipal officials, cities around the world are embracing high-tech solutions to lots of problems.
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Before the next big wave of internet arguing, I’m proposing we retire a few overused and underwhelming opinions in the bikes vs. cars debate. Though I drive and bike, my allegiances skew in the cyclist direction (feel free to scroll straight the comments and yell at me). But beyond my personal judgments, there are a great number of that studies and data showing that most of the pro-motorist arguments just don’t hold up. I know it’s hard to be wrong, especially on the internet, but here are a few sentences I hope we won’t see much of in the future.
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