Nobody cares, actually. Doesn't mean anything.
Meanwhile, here's the bike coordinator for the flat, warm, road debris-free city of Los Angeles, where almost no one rides a bike (yet).
Sounds like more of Mayor McCheese's micro-managing my-way-or-the-highway (tunnel?) bullshit. He's done hardly a thing for cyclists in 5 years.
Didn't we just vote in a bunch of money for bicycle transportation facilitation? I thought it was too much but I did vote for it. Sounds like someone is going against the mandate.
It means something to me! I'm paying that damn property tax for road maintenance, you know, the one that was sold as "More bicycle lanes!"
OOOPs. Reading your linked article from Bikeseattle I see that this personnel infighting is a little more complex than you make it appear in your 2nd post on this issue. The bikeseattle makes it sound like maybe there was more of a mandate to support the master plan currently on the table and throw anyone overboard who would create more process.
But truth: I wish I hadn't commented in the first place.
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