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Old 06-23-2017, 08:18 PM
Location: Sylmar, a part of Los Angeles
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LA city government hates cars and wants to make driving such a pain that people began to use more public transportation or bikes. In their delusional utopian minds people should ride bikes to work, while ignoring that most peoples trip is too long. And public transportation takes too long, doesn't go near where they live or work. and they often go different places on the way home.
And of coarse it's hot or raining on a bike. You can't carry much on a bike.
Some towns where they have restriped the roads removing car lanes, causing commutes to be much longer because of now traffic jams the people are starting to revolt thank goodness.
They restriped a major road in Sylmar, of coarse there are Zero bicycles on it I repeat Zero, stop this madness.
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