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I don't disagree with the key points, but want to note that this is a vehicular arch; pedestrians pass alongside rather than through. Compare this with the one on Bush Street in San Francisco:

It's obviously a very different condition, but I see no reason ours couldn't also have made a gate that those of us who don't choose to drive downtown could pass through. It bears notice that even a gate like this betrays DC's pervasive automotive bent...

by Kim on Feb 14, 2011 10:46 pm • linkreport

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