"I think you are a lot better off employing the obesity argument as an argument for spending more on infrastructure. I am pretty sure there is a convincing case that 1 $ spent on infrastructure leads to more than 1 $ in health savings via more…"
"I just don't find the sequence of steps in the argument persuasive. They don't have MHLs in the UK or US and they aren't cycling utopias. What's to stop us dumping MHLs and finishing up with a cycling modal…"
"There is at least one sensible argument which the argument that people are less likely to cycle because of MHLs. The result of less people cycling is less awareness of and regard for cyclists amongst the general public like politicians and car…"
"Nope. Because a line or two above that one Frank said "For the rest of us, infrastructure does not lend itself the same way to cycling as some other parts of the world."
DAMMIT. I told myself I wasn't going to reply to this thread."
An eclectic mix of cyclists. It takes time to know AC members, and sometimes even gender, when avatars of cycling gear, childhood photos and Cadell. Gradually learn there are mature members, like us. Do you think that your title ever helps when writing cycling advocacy letters and submissions?