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I still recommend that you contact the Mayor, City Manager & City Councilors if the problem still exists.
Can we at least hear back from the Traffic(Parking Dept).?
Has the problem been resolved?
Well, bikes don't damage the road in the same way cars do. And it's not like private car owners pay anywhere close to what it costs to maintain our infrastructure in decent shape. It's about time we make the right long-term decisions to ensure sustainable infrastructure for our neighbors (most of whom don't drive regularly)
Who do you think pays those costs? Mostly non-drivers: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2019/12/13/metro/massachusetts-car-economy-is-costing-us-64-billion-year-we-barely-notice-it/
I think it's it's about time we start asking car drivers to pay their fair share and remove the burden from pedestrians, transit-riders, and cyclists. We should add more taxes and tolls for non-commercial vehicle, it's a no-brainer, particularly in an area where most people don't driver and an area with many seniors (who often can't or dislike driving)
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