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Attacking pedestrians will only decrease pedestrian presence in our streets, which will continue to allow motorists to speed along unsuspecting of potential human obstacles. The city needs to encourage a greater presence of pedestrians in the city in order to attract more activity to downtown areas. Better bike lanes, and more pedestrians using public transit in place of automobiles would slow down auto traffic and force drivers to become more aware of non-motorized street users...that's where the grant money should be spent to ensure safety: on infrastructure, not misdirected traffic enforcement.
March 7, 2013 at 4:53 p.m.
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