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Thanks for catching this important issue. Let's hope that bike parking doesn't become like car parking!

>> "So while DDOT has installed 1000 bike racks, they've also removed at least 1800 parking meters"

That sounds like a respectable ratio to me. I certainly hope your not suggesting that anytime a meter is removed the cyclist community is entitled to it being replaced by a bike rack. I can think of many street segments that currently have dozens of meters that I never see a bike chained to.

No. Not every meter needs to be replaced by a bike rack. But when the bike plan came out we recognized a shortage of bike parking. So if that's a respectable ratio for you, then the last nine years have been about staying exactly where we were.

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