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Re: Pedestrians aren't the only ones who matter.
The conversation started with me stating more would be harmed than helped. And you disagree,
I stated that at least 70 percent of the vehicles were cars and 30 percent were buses.
You responded: "Based on your fake numbers."
Then R30A stated:" And he and I and many others have shown you how equal bus and auto users is equally likely."
The "he" R30A was referring to was YOU.
Go back and reread the thread.
You deny that that 80% of the users are in cars. You deny that 70% of the users are cars. You now deny that 50 percent of the users are in cars. So what do you believe is the correct number? If you claim you do not know, then you are not presenting any argument to refute my based on vehicular volumes posted by Stephen Bauman from the DOT website and bus passenger numbers provided by DOT. They are not numbers I arrived at out of thin air.