“Everyone thinks of changing the world, nobody thinks of changing himself.” —
3 PM yesterday, I was bicycling on a 2-lane street in Wellesley, Massachusetts when a school bus coming the opposite way stopped a few hundred feet ahead of me, its blinkers flashing. A kid got out and ran across the street past the front of the bus. I rode up to him.
“Kid, people are supposed to stop for school buses, but not everyone does. So look before you cross the next lane. I was a passenger in a car once where the driver didn’t.”
Do you see an analogy to the expectations of cyclists for “infra” to prevent them from having collisions?