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  1. sgx

    It’s not a rhetorical threat – it’s factual. We know how to make streets safer. Stopping that has a cost. The cost is injuries and lives.

    We need to really make it clear what these arguments are about – the desire for parking and faster driving versus the desire to reduce the number of people hit by cars.

    It’s pretty simple. I’d the like the pro-parking side to simply say “Look, the level of traffic injuries is a small price to pay for parking.” Be honest about it.

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