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by Bryan Goebel
Is it really that true that the Berkeley cyclist’s death was unpreventable? Why can’t we (this we includes all the people in the article who find no fault with the motorist or the infrastructure involved) admit that there are ways to engineer out the risk to cyclists of having motorists plow through them at 60 mph from behind?
“Thank you Mayor Lee for realizing that rescinding Sunday meters was wrongheaded. It was not responsible fiscally. Sunday meters were introduced collaboratively and rescinded unilaterally. We are very happy you recognize the error.”
– Mario Tanev
In response to "Mayor Vows to Punish Supes Who Backed Wiener's Transit Funding Measure"