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June 10, 2012


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Franklin Swark

Excellent design for sure, even without the roundabout.


That is very impressive. What happens to the sidewalk and the pedestrian path when they come to an intersection?

Kent L (@kett4l)

This is a fine display of modern planning. Try compare it to 1980's era suburbs, where main streets are fronted by wooden fences, and you'd be lucky to get a sidewalk, never mind a bike path.

The term for this kind of street, by the way, is an "open window street".

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