Ann Arbor needs to widen its main roads, not reduce the number of lanes
What is the obsession with bike paths? Do all City Council members aspire to be Denver or Seattle? Seriously, the main arteries (Packard, Huron, Washtenaw) need to be widened, not reduced.
And don't get me started on the fourth of the streets that aren't paved or the third that don't have sidewalks. Ann Arbor's transportation "system" is bollixed. The sooner elected officials realize we're a medium-sized city, not a kitschy small town, the better.