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There was once a post long ago about the idea of a McMillan II plan. Elements of it remind me of this bridge. Ah, here's a link:

The important idea of the McMII plan is the scale of streets and spaces. There are more bridges, smaller bridges. There are more streets and less roads. It breaks down the scale of the bridges and roads; and thus fosters walking. Giving peds a sense of belonging to the space.

by ArlRidgeRes on Jan 2, 2013 8:38 pm • linkreport

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