To roughly quote Keesmaat in an interview this morning, "you can't do everything on every road". It has nothing to do with this and everything to do with how space is allocated. Bikes have space allocated to them on Richmond and Adelaide, so you don't need separated bike lanes on King Street. Same with Sherbourne and Jarvis, same with Spadina and Peter/Beverley. The point of this project is to make King Street pedestrian- and transit-oriented, not to make it a jack-of-all-vehicles road.This is a real problem that becomes a shism between even us cyclists. The Melbourne Bourke Street Transit Mall, and many others around the world, ban cyclists. Many of these bans are due to cyclists who can't 'play fair'.