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So we can look forward to DDOT studying the matter for a couple of years, committing to a change in 2 years, actually implementing the changes 3-5 years from now, and of course straying from best practice in the name of compromise with people who really just don't want cyclists on the street at all. If we're lucky.

Slow and steady wins the race. Or as they said in Cameroon "Small small catch monkey. Hurry hurry broke trousers."

Hadn't heard that phrase before (the West African version, not the Aesop version). Nice bit of word archaeology here:

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