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Posted by on May 16, 2011 in Uncategorized | 15 comments

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    • Barely is right. The parking lane is minimal, the stripe represents the outer edge of the strike zone. DC has done a lot of this partitioning of streets into deadly bike space and door-free car space in the name of bike-friendliness. It’s really appalling.

    • Complete Streets – You’re doin’ it wrong.

  1. This is our nations capitol, where the House and Senate meet to discuss matters of utmo–***DOOR!***

  2. The road to perdition is paved with good intentions – and lined with car doors.

  3. When it comes to bike friendly transportation legislation, our doors are always open for cyclists.

  4. “… And just exactly why do you feel that our Bike Policies are headed in the wrong direction?”

  5. “Reverse Door Zone”. Are reverse doorings less painful?

  6. Here’s an example of Washington DC’s random lane stripe generator.

  7. The successful lane to politics and money.

    I’ve been wondering, how would one successfully compete? Logic and reason alone can’t do it. How can your program be marketed so that it competes while generating the finances to sustain it?

    For example, how could you market to bike shops so the shop benefits from satisfied repeat customers?

    That’s what I’m working on now with my marketing advisor. I’m learning to drive my marketing.

    David

  8. We’re going to get you coming or going

  9. 1…2…3…OPEN. Got another one, Joe!

  10. Bike Lanes: Making parking safer in DC

  11. Ah! the Capitol Building. The ultimate metaphor of the types of obstacles in the paths of bike lanes that makes them so unusable.