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It really depends on how you frame it. I think people living in rich, dense, historical public transit and bike path filled urban areas can be very open to the idea of significantly improving the living quality of their streets. You can't completely redo a street when you're only removing one, two, three parking spaces here and there. It's interesting to me that the news around this is framed in terms of how it will negatively affect rich people and their cars, instead of focusing on the benefits to everyone using the improved public space.