Bike paths are a good thing in parks, the hills and suburban areas away from busy city streets. When bike lanes, like the ones downtown, are intertwined with crowded vehicle roadways they’re a nuisance for motorists and a hazard for bicyclists, motorists and pedestrians alike. As a remedy for relieving traffic congestion during commuting hours, bike lanes are a prayer masquerading as a policy.
In 2015, Denver City Council members, Mary Beth Susman and Albus Brooks, revealed their ideological commitment to radical bycyclism with their declaration that they intended to discourage driving in Denver by making it more accommodating to bicyclists and more “inconvenient” for motorists.
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