How to end Bikes Vs. CarsHow to end Bikes Vs. Cars

Cars and bicycles do not have have a very good history when it comes to sharing the road. In cities around the world, this is even more present and augmented by the effect of stress and overall hectic beat of city life.

Cyclists certainly should be given priority in almost all circumstances for obvious reasons: environmental, safety, to name a few, especially when bike paths are not present or separated from traffic.

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How to end Bikes Vs. Cars

Cars and bicycles do not have have a very good history when it comes to sharing the road. In cities around the world, this is even more present and augmented by the effect of stress and overall hectic beat of city life.

Cyclists certainly should be given priority in almost all circumstances for obvious reasons: environmental, safety, to name a few, especially when bike paths are not present or separated from traffic.

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Cars and bicycles do not have have a very good history when it comes to sharing the road. In cities around the world, this is even more present and augmented by the effect of stress and overall hectic beat of city life.

Cyclists certainly should be given priority in almost all circumstances for obvious reasons: environmental, safety, to name a few, especially when bike paths are not present or separated from traffic.

Car drivers are not always empathic to cyclists (taxi drivers especially), which makes cyclists enraged and often feeling indignant and overpowered with resentment. Otherwise known as the war between bikes and cars. Some encounters can lead to violence.

Cyclists also do not always respect traffic signals, which not also is disrespectful to all commuters (after all, respect start with one's own actions), but it also gives cyclists a false sense of entitlement to "owning the road".

How do we make this war stop? How can we generate a more friendly environment between cyclist and motorists? How do we make cyclists more respectful of traffic signals? How do we involve taxi drivers and bike courriers as agents for change?

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  • Slowdown reduction rate for paytoll

    Cars that are not driving under 30 km in the city will get reduced cost for paytoll. I do not now exactly how it will work but probably it will no problem with digital technology.

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  • Recycling platform system for municipalities or any interested company

    My idea is to create recycling platform managed by municipalities holds the following facilities:
    - Aware people about the important of reusing of materials.
    - Guide

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