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Newsmaker: Could haves, should haves and the Jarvis bike lanes

One final effort to save the Jarvis Street bicycle lanes from removal was kiboshed after city council voted on Tuesday to move ahead of the lanes’ eradication. Many are left bitter. Those in the “Save Jarvis” camp, including city councillors, cycling activists and private citizens, put up a valiant fight to rescue the bike lanes from a city administration that deemed them a hindrance to tra∞c. But do they regret not doing more? The following stakeholders address some of their e≠orts and weigh in on what, if anything, could — or should — have been done differently.

Read the post: “Newsmaker: Could haves, should haves and the Jarvis bike lanes” on the National Post.

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