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I've seen enough atrocious pedestrian behavoir in the past 10 years not to discount this entirely. The worst is people with little kids -- that makes my blood boil. BUT it will depend entirely on how this is enforced and on whom. If its targeted to those people that become dangerous to themselves or others, I'm fine. If it's a strict enforce the traffic laws instead of improving intersections/pedestrian facilities then I will not be happy.

by Alan B. on Jan 30, 2013 1:32 pm • linkreport

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