Cartoon Tuesday: Triple Parking

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Head over to Toronto bike advocacy blog Take the Tooker for the denouement to this transportation fable. Hat tip: Greater Greater Washington.

  • I like this idea…

  • That’s just wonderful. With all the (appropriate) talk about cyclist civility, this is great inspiration and reminder about life in the Bike lane.

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