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Re: Pedestrians aren't the only ones who matter.
Posted by fdtutf on Fri Jan 13 08:38:10 2017, in response to Re: Pedestrians aren't the only ones who matter., posted by BrooklynBus on Thu Jan 12 13:44:10 2017.If have already shown you how five times as many auto users as bus users is perfectly likely.
I counted up all the cars and buses without considering distance because that is all the information we have available. I never stated it was the best way. Of course miles traversed for each mode would be better.
Show me that info and I will gladly apply it.
Neither you nor I have that information. The difference is that you're perfectly willing to recklessly proceed to draw conclusions that aren't supported by the data.
Of course, this is your MO, so no real surprise there.
And f you have slightly proved bus service because we have no evidence that it will be any greater than slightly, only wild unsubstantiated predictions from DOT, while causing much more harm for the bulk of corridor users, we have a bad plan that made matters worse for most. Unless you believe that bus riders and pedestrians are the only ones who should be considered and the only ones matter which brigs us back to the subject of this thread. So us that what you believe? Yes or no?
Neither of us has proved anything.
The difference is that I haven't claimed to prove anything, because I understand that I don't have data or other information to underpin any conclusions. I'm raising questions about your own unsubstantiated assertions.