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With the road diets, it should be noted that the FHWA study Richard cited had considerably different scenarios involved. The 19% crash reduction in CA/WA was primarily on "road diets" that were in urban/suburban areas, while the 47% reduction in Iowa was primarily on state highways passing through rural towns (only one of the Iowa examples included bike lanes).

It doesn't sound like Cantor would make bike path funding one of the central issues of a Republican Congress. This could be an area where people like Ray La Hood could sway any future congressional leadership. After all, La Hood is also a Republican at the same time that he is probably the biggest and most influential advocate of bike infrastructure in the country today.

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