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Tom Vanderbilt at Slate is doing a series this week at Slate.com on the crisis of walking in America. He ties it to a range of issues in public health. It's also an essential part of providing more efficient (and therefore abundant) transit systems.
The first installment is here, the second here.
Posted on 04/11/2012 in Stop Spacing | Permalink
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For some further illustration, a while back I made a photographic account of my attempting to walk in Tyson's corner: http://bullneckroad.tumblr.com/post/17906573984/zoltan-tries-to-walk-in-northern-virginia-part-1
And that was one of the more comfortable pedestrian trips that I've attempted in Northern Virginia.
04/12/2012 at 18:42
We need a national funding program for sidewalks. It's amazing how hard it is to get a sidewalk installed.
04/18/2012 at 07:56
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