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IT’S A FAD, ANYWAY: Lawrence Solomon: Ban the bike! How cities made a huge mistake in promoting cyc…

IT’S A FAD, ANYWAY: Lawrence Solomon: Ban the bike! How cities made a huge mistake in promoting cycling: Cycling lanes consume more space than they free up, add to pollution and drain the public purse.
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