Also, cyclists need to rememebr that they are required to obey all traffic laws, just like drivers. That means not going the wrong way down a one-way street, and stopping at stop signs and red lights.
"Nobody shops inside a store when they drive past it."
Actually, plenty of people drive to stores and shop at them every day. If anything, I think people are less likely to shop when they are on a bike because of issues related to getting their purchases home.
We need better roads and more parking available to consumers. Bike lanes should be way, way down on the list of priorities for this city.
I, for one, agree with Doyell. New Orleanians have no business telling Payton where his family can live. And he's right, people here still try to play the Katrina card way too much.
And for those of you talking about Payton losing his connection to the city, you do realize he lived in Mandeville, right? Not New Orleans. Most of the Saints players don't actually live in the city. A lot of them live on the northshore or in LaPlace.
Powered by Foundation