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How “organized motordom” squeezed pedestrians off the streets.
via treehugger, 28.01.14.top photo by John Massengale. Lexington Avenue at 89th Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan. read more about NYC’s vision zero on streetsbook, 24.01.14.



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    Yeah except the streets in New York are still hella narrow and I honestly think it’s more important for cars to have...
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    “But not only did they push the pedestrians out of the road, invent jay-walking to ensure that they stay out of it, but...
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