I have a perfect example to back up what I said earlier today.
So I'm driving home from work and needed to stop at KS for some things. So I went up to Corona and as I was passing 10th Ave, 3 cyclists had no regard for the stop signs, didn't see me because there's traffic parked on the side, and I almost had bicyclist stew for dinner. So I honked, and they flipped me off. I drive a late 80's mini-tank. 5,000 lbs isn't stopping that quickly. That my friends is not okay with me but I constantly see it especially in the Cap.
That got me thinking, Capitol Hill is probably the worst neighborhood for bicycle infrastructure especially around the 10th and Corona area. Given the roads are so narrow, I'm not sure how you can fix that. I think it's more of a mentality fix that's needed versus a built environment fix.
Originally Posted by bunt_q
in my rebel days