Thought this worthy to share considering our recent start for a Seattle MASTER Plan. Will some “logical” bureaucrat or somebody bring this same question up? Like the article says, it’s not an improvement for the sole 2%, but rather an improvement for the entire city. Once the infrastructure is built, you’ll simply jump out of your H2 and ride a bike. I sure hope so. From the CSM as posted to the Baltimore Critical Mass mailing list, to the Clog and to you: the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.