This was too good to leave to Monday. The Globe and Mail does the first piece on the success – yes, recognized success – of the Point Grey Road greenway*:
There were protests in the streets, and allegations of class warfare and political favours. Even by Vancouver standards, the debate over the city’s latest bike lane grew especially heated.
But nearly one year after a stretch of Point Grey Road closed to vehicles, the city says the bike route that was later installed is often the busiest in Vancouver and the plan to shift traffic to major arterial roads has worked.
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