TRAFFIC - Walkable or Easily Drivable? Communities Can’t be Both

There’s a contentious debate happening in greater Portland about a highway expansion. Suburbanites are in favor, writes Scott Johnson at Portland Transport, and Portland residents are just as adamantly opposed.Places where it’s easy to park are necessarily bad places for walking and transit. Photo: WikipediaThe conflict, Johnson says, is inherent: Infrastructure that is conducive to driving is necessarily bad for walkable, transit-friendly places ...

Places that are easy to park are necessarily uncomfortable and bad places for walking and transit. Photo: Wikipedia

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