A Round and a Roundy: You Are the Traffic

Cartoon: Bill Roundy
Cartoon: Bill Roundy

This week’s cartoon from our national treasure editorial draftsman is a straightforward reminder that when you point your finger at someone else, you better remember that you’ve got three more fingers pointing right back at you.

Clearly, Bill Roundy is sick of drivers complaining about bike lanes (that they mostly park in or drive over) as the source of all the congestion and aggressive driving around town.

We know the real story.

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Bike Lanes Don’t Lead to Congestion, But Some of Them Should

Gretchen Johnson and Aaron Johnson have posted a nice debunking of typical “war on cars” rhetoric over at fivethirtyeight. Johnson and Johnson gathered before-and-after traffic data from 45 miles of streets where Minneapolis installed bike lanes. They also looked at how Brooklyn’s Prospect Park West bike lane affected traffic conditions. They found, in short, that after the installation of […]