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Mr Alpert, the pedestrian design in the suburbs is hopeless. Yesterday I was driving about in College Park in terrible traffic -- even police were fast-weaving to get through it, out of frustration.

We all know the issues. This is not a $10 problem; every walk signal cost many thousands, and there is not enough money to put them everywhere. Given the limitations of funding, what easy things can be done that will really help?

by goldfish on Dec 2, 2012 10:24 am • linkreport

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