Once motorists recognize each of them contribute to creating traffic, they become more receptive to a solution and change their behavior. They change their mode of transport. The CicLAvia experiment in Los Angeles teaches that lesson for Angelinos.
"CicLAvia's real importance has been to make clear that the divisions that we spend so much time debating — between cyclist and driver, driver and pedestrian, pedestrian and cyclist — are surprisingly malleable." Read how CicLAvia is changing the culture of street users in LA, story Los Angeles Times on-line.