The designs of our car-centric communities, which were meant to facilitate the movement of people, have disconnected us from our neighbors and upended neighborhoods. In the last 70 years, all of the decisions about roads and infrastructure have been car-centric,” said Flynn, “and rightly so. Those were not mistakes. But focusing primarily on a smooth flow of automobile traffic carries a price—it can decrease the safety of using streets for anything other than driving, and can increase our already heavy carbon footprint.
Read the full article about reimagining our public rights-of-way at https://lebomag.com/road-work/