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  • Matt Singer

    As a daily bike commuter, I've got no problem being asked to chip in for infrastructure. But I already do that through income, property, and payroll taxes. And the impact of bicycle is significantly less than the impact of cars or even of most transit. The challenge with most licensing and registration regimes if that they impose new impediments to getting people on bikes, which is generally a huge net win for the city. If we can figure out smart ways to capture some revenue from cyclists (gross receipts tax on bicycle equipment), I'd be open to the suggestion.