Marshall Zelinger writes:
In the city of Denver’s inverted transportation pyramid, cars are on the bottom.
If it were a food pyramid, cars would be the equivalent of junk food.
At the top, where the grains would be, you find pedestrians.
Bicycles are the fruits and vegetables.
This is the right way of thinking, and I wish the best for Denver. But we’ll have to wait and see how it plays out. Like the article says, things “might” change.