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January 10, 2012

Ddirector Ramon Gimenez

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 6:49 pm

I say, not the bike lane. I think it is a matter of creating new infrastructure designed for bicycles, I think it is simpler than all that, I understand that in some places it is advisable to specify a path for bicycles but overall it is a matter of education and respect. My proposal is to follow the same hierarchy as in Amsterdam, where there coexist all together and do not seem to go wrong, trams, bicycles, pedestrians, and lastly, the other vehicles this is the order of preference. the reasons that make me say NO TO BIKE LANE are: The bike is uncomfortable, unsafe, impractical both for bikes and pedestrians as pedestrians as moving for him without realizing what bother and danger running, I've seen more of a lady on the floor, and do not blame goes to me too, I can not acostrumbarme to respect the bike path that runs along the sidewalks when I walk, plus many driveways, constant intersections where you have to slow down to almost stop because you never know, even if you prefer, you can spend, and if it is wet the dangers are multiplied, for these reasons the bike is not comfortable, consider moving to base pedal and each time you stop then you have to pick up speed again and obviously tired. My proposal that the bikes, as they are vehicles running on roads with respect for other vehicles.

Similarly bikes have to facilitate the movement and at all times to encourage traffic. In this way more people would bike and less on cars so we could get more comfortable on the roads since they would have fewer cars with a consequent increase of space for everyone. The vehicles in the city are forbidden to drive over 50 km / hour. the speed of bicycles is a little lower in order to study this proposal, I believe that together they can achieve considerable savings in addition to the infrastructure involved in marketing Ddirector Ramon Gimenez.

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