Comment 113487

By mdrejhon (registered) - website | Posted August 18, 2015 at 19:25:02 in reply to Comment 113482

There are Dundurn bike lanes -- continuity of the bike lane network is essential for increasing bike use. If we start at Locke, then there's no continuity or discoverability of a bike lane grid in Hamilton. This decreases bike use noticeably, as bike uses increases in other cities by precedent if the lanes are connected.

Even if you were right (Herkimer resident ergopepsi, between Locke and Dundurn, suggests otherwise), the above reason is reason enough, too.

In addition, a third reason: The city agreed with the resident preferences to have bike lanes all the way to Dundurn, including residents living on that said section.

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