Ideas and analysis by Dr Cameron K Murray
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hmm ... my wife (from Finland) thinks they're a joke here too ... (and I agree), so this seems to indicate its some sort of thing confined to the coloniesno wonder Australians are not coming back here for family lifestyle anymore.
I recommend the arguments of John Forester about bike lanes. No-one is as genuine a cyclist as he is, and he disgrees with bike lanes period. He says wider road verges are the answer, with bikes seen by all as a legitimate user of roads and entitled to space. Bike lanes are always a "poor relation" provision. http://www.johnforester.com/- Wodehouselee