An analogy quick of Brent Toderian.
When asked “are bike lanes warranted here,” remember Its hard to justify to bridge by the # of people swimming across a river.
When you ask if there is demand for a track bike, remember that is difficult justify a bridge by the amount of people that crosses the River to swim.
Bridge of the third millennium, in Zaragoza. Image of Wikipedia.
This happens with all the infrastructure: if build access pedestrian, the people them be used. If we make bike lanes or facilitate the use of bike, people will use it (and you can read the case of Seville in The Guardian). And in the same way, if we insist on expanding routes for cars, people also use them most and will continue with the same.
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