Cyclists have even more reason to relish perceived victimization today -- oh, we kid! -- after the SFMTA stripped plans for bike lanes on busy Cesar Chavez. What? Mission Local reports: "The cause of the abrupt change of plan, said David Beaupre, planner for the Port of San Francisco, was lack of communication between groups working on different transportation plans for the city. 'We realized as a city family we weren't communicating with each other,' Beaupre said, addressing a group of planners and community members. 'This may be kind of confusing to the public, but we're one city.' " In addition to being a major inconvenience for cyclists? It was a major waste of money. Ugh. Read all about it. [via SFGate]