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Pucher stated in an email to the EU Cycling Fed that he was quoted out of context https://twitter.com/EuCyclistsFed/status/212181208082288640

I didn't know TBD was still around.

RE: Pucher-

Can't say I'd *entirely* disagree with Pucher, but there's a critical distinction between an increase in total collisions (more likely) versus an increase in collision rate (not as likely). And also worth noting that to my recollection: CaBi hasn't yielded any significant increase in either total collisions or collision rate.

I believe Hendel was the last of TBD's full-time employees (that's what dcrtv.com says anyway).

I've generally found that when Pucher takes a position, a sensible position is the opposite.

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