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Bikes should be in bike lines, which there should be more of, and shouldn’t be treated the same as cars. -Michelle Rozon, ArtSci ’17
Bikes should be in bike lines, which there should be more of, and shouldn’t be treated the same as cars. -Michelle Rozon, ArtSci ’17
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In a city, cars already treat bikes aggressively, so I sympathize with cyclists and I think the ticketing is excessive. -Brenna Owen, ArtSci ’14
In a city, cars already treat bikes aggressively, so I sympathize with cyclists and I think the ticketing is excessive. -Brenna Owen, ArtSci ’14
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There should be separate lanes, but they shouldn’t be subject to the same rules — you don’t need a license to ride a bike. -Anoopam Dadiala, Sci ’16
There should be separate lanes, but they shouldn’t be subject to the same rules — you don’t need a license to ride a bike. -Anoopam Dadiala, Sci ’16
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Bicyclists should be treated as drivers; however, they should be given a warning before they get a ticket. -Amaechi Eneh, ArtSci ’14
Bicyclists should be treated as drivers; however, they should be given a warning before they get a ticket. -Amaechi Eneh, ArtSci ’14
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No, they shouldn’t be subject to the same rules. -Eugene Ong, JD ’15
No, they shouldn’t be subject to the same rules. -Eugene Ong, JD ’15
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