Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cul-de-sac hell

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Here is some good ready from Jarrett at Human Transit.

In the article Jarrett discusses cul-de-sacs and pedestrian access. Not only do cul-de-sacs cause an increase in traffic congestion by forcing vehicles on select roads, but they are also a nightmare for pedestrians.

In cul-de-sac hell and the radius of demand Jarrett discuses issues of accessing transit from this type of development.

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