As you can see from this photo, cars in Paris are under attack. Sure, sure, most of Paris's transportation system serves cars, and most lanes ferry car traffic. But non-car transportation persists. As seen above from left to right: After several lanes for cars, there's a lane dedicated to buses, a shared lane for parking cars and trash cans, a lane for bicycles, an entrance to the subway, and finally a sidewalk. But here's what's nuts: Even though cars have more room—by far—"cars are being shoved aside, as evidenced by... the constant plea for more light rail and significant transfer of asphalt to bike lanes." Paris is such a terrible city.