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by Tanya Snyder
The California Riverside County commuter line seems like a great deal at $248M, or about $10M per mile.
And it makes me wonder whether NY State made the wrong decision to build a massively oversized Tappan Zee Bridge for a minimum of $4Billion (original cost was $6B)? Instead, NY could have restored the abandoned rail lines that used to serve the same area and enable people to go directly to NYC.
“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"