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Cycling Increases S.F. Pollution?

by Joshua Liberles on August 22, 2008

SF_Bike_Pollution Cycling Increases S.F. Pollution?
Thanks to through-the-roof gas prices, the number of cyclists nationwide has increased dramatically. As cities rush to improve cycling-friendly infrastructure and implement bike-sharing systems, San Francisco’s progress has been hamstrung by eccentric political activist Rob Anderson.

Just as S.F. was on the brink of implementing a comprehensive pro-bike plan citywide in 2005, Anderson sued to have a thorough environmental-impact review conducted. The report is due about a year from now and, according to the Wall Street Journal, Anderson already plans to oppose its findings.

From WSJ:

Cars always will vastly outnumber bikes, he reasons, so allotting more street space to cyclists could cause more traffic jams, more idling and more pollution. Mr. Anderson says the city has been blinded by political correctness. It’s an "attempt by the anti-car fanatics to screw up our traffic on behalf of the bicycle fantasy," he wrote in his blog this month…

He continues to blog from his apartment in an old Victorian home. "Regardless of the obvious dangers, some people will ride bikes in San Francisco for the same reason Islamic fanatics will engage in suicide bombings — because they are politically motivated to do so," he wrote in a May 21 post.

Thanks to carectomy patient James for the info.

Photo via flickr by richardmasoner

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1 joe January 17, 2008 at 3:56 pm

Here in the UK we have ‘give cyclists room’ car stickers [url]http://www.givecyclistsroom.co.uk/[/url] I’ve never seen one though!


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