WaPo columnist Courtland Milloy suggests D.C. drivers run over D.C. cyclists

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Nothing bad happens when you run someone over. Nope. Photo by Derrick Sanskrit

Here in New York City, we of course have our disagreements about the use of bikes and how they fit into the grand scheme of transportation. Whatever issues drivers and cyclists have with each other here though must pale in comparison to what’s going on in Washington, DC though, where the Washington Post‘s Courtland Milloy is pitching The Purge: Cyclist Edition to his readers:

It’s a $500 fine for a motorist to hit a bicyclist in the District, but some behaviors are so egregious that some drivers might think it’s worth paying the fine.

Your move, Steve Cuozzo.

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