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Greater Greater Washington is going to start calling them "protected bikeways." Good idea?


It's fine. I don't really think it matters that much. I'm not sure that "cycletrack" is problematic. People can learn and understand new ideas. I think people can sometimes get too hung up on these things. I remember when people were saying that Obama couldn't be elected because his name was weird (and included "Hussein"). Maybe at times it matters. It probably helped those who wanted to reduce the inheritance tax to rebrand it as a "death tax". I'm not sure how much "climate change" has held back CO2 reduction efforts over "global warming." There is a lot of hand-wringing and brainstorming that goes into things like this, and I probably get sucked into too, but I doubt it is really worth all the effort.

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