Key takeaway:

"Here in the U.S.A., there is still this notion that all users are equally 
responsible," says Paul White, executive director of Transportation 
Alternatives, a cycling advocacy group in New York City. "This is a false 
equivalency. In Europe, they start with the premise that if you're driving a 
multiton vehicle, you have more responsibility than someone who's not because 
you have more capacity to inflict harm."


Bingo.  Ayuh.  Spot on.  Ditto.


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Patrick Lenon


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