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Like traffic lights, delicate systems of commerce and laws are supposed to keep us moving with minimum conflict and waste. Unfortunately, when the lane we’re in is always the slowest, and our bikes never trip the light sensors, our good neighbors can turn into sources of frustration and conflict.
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