Sigh.  Has the NPA learned nothing?

This just arrived:




Yeah, according to the City’s engineers, traffic flow may well improve.  But more importantly, the reconfiguration of the Burrard-Pacific intersection will significantly improve safety for all and, as we have learned already, will continue to increase the number of people walking and cycling.

So does traffic flow – that is, of motor-vehicles – trump every other consideration?  In which case, George, here’s the question: even if the traffic flow was not improved, would you vote against the changes?