"First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win." ~Mahatma Gandhi
UPDATE, 1/5 at 4:48: Sorry folks, turns out that the TriMet spokesperson spoke too soon. TriMet now says that the leaning rails are indeed only for "pedestrians and riders" and the agency would like to remind everyone that you should lock your bikes to designated bike racks. Not these rails. TriMet's Mary Fetsch says parking on these railins is, "A safety hazard for people boarding and de-boarding the train."
*face-palm* brilliant job, TriMet.Now, tell me, how the heck is it a "safety hazard for people boarding and de-boarding the train"?But, regardless of it all, nothing is going to change. Those rails/ racks, whatever they are, actually are a good design for bike racks and people will continue to use them as bike racks just as they have since they were installed. After all, if your furniture needs instructions, you might just need new furniture...http://trimetrider.blogspot.com/2012/01/if-your-furniture-needs-instructions.html ;)
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