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by Tanya Snyder
The WSJ article’s line of thinking is typical of Wall Street. It’s all about short-term solutions for problems, which in the end make the problem even worse. I doubt anyone on Wall Street gives any thought to the externalities involved in promoting an auto-centric society. I also doubt there can ever be a true economic recovery as long as this line of thinking persists.
“I still don't understand how traffic engineers are so concerned about "liability, liability, liability" for any remotely nonstandard design, and then actual, real life death traps are allowed to persist with no accountability whatsoever.”
– Jake Wegmann
In response to "Tampa, Florida: A Case Study in Saddling the Poor With Traffic Violence"