Comment 118503

By KevinLove (registered) | Posted May 13, 2016 at 08:15:27 in reply to Comment 118500

No expropriation is necessary. The place with the narrowest right-of-way is in the International Village. In that area, the initial proposal was to have a car-free zone with pedestrian and cycling infrastructure.

Instead, a decision was made to have a lane for cars and zero cycling infrastructure. This was a free choice that was made.

Another example is on James North. A decision was made to have zero cycling infrastructure and instead use the road space for the storage of private property. Again, that was a free choice that was made for the use of existing road space. No expropriation necessary.

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