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I'm familiar with the location in question and the manner in which the bikes were arrayed last night. Based on that and the mayor's comments, apparently it means that if there are bikes on one side positioned across one half of the sidewalk and then just a few feet later a bunch more on the other side blocking the other half and making it impossible to walk a straight line and instead forcing everyone to have to weave back and forth, that's just fine.
I can only conclude from all of this that the promoters and defenders of this program, unfortunately including our mayor, care more about able-bodied people riding bicycles than disabled and elderly people being allowed to use our sidewalks for their intended purpose. Sad.
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