2 thoughts on “The City in Mind, Part II

  1. Parking garages (maybe at least one central one in your neighborhood) would seem to be the only aesthetically recommendable (yes, that’s the best work I could find) solution to your “negative development”–(Or…I wonder if there are any American cities with pedestrian zones, like in Europe–Germany, anyway)

  2. Or better yet, Richard, we could create a transit system that obviates cars. It has been done in other places – a long list – and it could work even here. I mean, if Santa Cruz de Tenerife – an island in the middle of the Atlantic with a city population of around 300,000 – can do it, then I suppose we could. If we had the will. Which we don’t.

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