Thursday, August 10, 2006

Re-designing Cities

Architect Hillary Brown offers some tips on how to make the most of miles of concrete and pavement rights-of-way in big cities.

"First off, we noticed that cars, surface transit, pedestrians, and bike riders all compete for the right-of-way. But too often, autos win out. So, we proposed carving out more space for bikers, and separating them from cars and walkers with islands and corridors of trees and vegetation."



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