Comment 116752

By CharlesBall (registered) | Posted March 03, 2016 at 12:06:52 in reply to Comment 116750

I think that statistically speaking he or she is correct. The closer you approach zero the bigger the ratios become. So if there is one death in Hamilton and none is Toronto, Hamilton has an infinitely greater number of deaths than Toronto. The number of injuries and fatalities tracked over time from their height until now has seen a very marked reduction. Going forward, to zero presumably, the rate of decline will be much slower. That is just math.

On the balance, I ride a bike and hate one way streets that force me to go around the block. Nothing surprising there.

I have no idea how close Ryan is with the Spectator but they seem to talk about him and his issues a lot.

Comment edited by CharlesBall on 2016-03-03 12:07:55

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