- the school where the path will terminate only has 1.5% of its pupils arriving by bike
- the path passes through housing developments
- 75% of the users of the existing section of Greenway arrive by car
- the last three generations of people have had access to motor vehicles and will continue to use them.
- The proposed path ends at a very busy main road
- Building a path to the school might just have a positive effect on cycle use?
- Passing through housing developments? Mmm. Going where people need to go then?
- A sound reason for expanding the network, then, making travel by bike and on foot that much easier?
- So what? They'll still have access to motor vehicle after the path is built. The opportunity to use the things a bit less might be greater, and the need to drive to get to the path reduced?
- Cobblers. There's a busy main road at both ends. As has the existing Greenway. Anyway, he's ignoring to proposed highway changes at each end of the new route.
Hopefully the NRgy Group will see this gentleman's outpourings of anti-bike angst for what it is.
And treat it with the contempt it deserves.