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by Tanya Snyder
re: Dallas and Regionalism
It depends on where you are. The right regional plan will restrain sprawl, not promote it. Let’s not forget that LA’s Sustainable Communities Strategy was the product of regional planning.
“Street designers seem to be asking themselves, "How can I make it less unpleasant for pedestrians to interact with cars on this street"?, when what they should be asking themselves is "Is there a need for us to have cars on this street at all?"”
– Joe B
In response to "Shared Space: The Case for a Little Healthy Chaos on City Streets"