Comment 111521

By Ryan (registered) - website | Posted May 11, 2015 at 13:42:54 in reply to Comment 111512

I've got 460 per km2.

I addressed that in my other reply: the 460/km^2 divides the total population of the city by the total area, including all the rurals and farmlands outside the urban boundary. For the purpose of comparing Hamilton to other cities, I am using the land area and the population living within the urban boundary.

But you won't acknowledge that it is acceptable for someone to not want to cycle in sub-zero temperatures?

I have ever suggested that it's not acceptable for someone to choose not to ride a bike for a given trip. You seem to be attacking a strawman here: no one is saying everyone has to ride a bike.

What we're saying is that it makes sense to invest in cycling infrastructure that is proven in a variety of urban contexts to make cycling available to anyone who wants to choose it.

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