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My main concern is that there's not enough room to put in broad sidewalks and still have room for the woonerfs.
Think of woonerfs as a zebrastripe that goes down the entire street.
I would like to point out that I love the idea of woonerfs.
And not typical streets, but woonerfs, where pedestrians and cars safely share the street, like they do in Pike Place
But I don't see why we need cars to do that. miller nah ... woonerfs are cool in theory, but this is America. .i don't see what auto traffic would bring to Seattle Center other than obnoxious suburbanites in SUV's how about a "grid" but only for pedestrians/bikes ... like a street grid permanently closed of to cars
And not typical streets, but woonerfs, where pedestrians and cars safely share the street, like they do in Pike Place.
By dynamically blurring the boundary between the street and sidewalks, woonerfs combine innovative paving, landscaping and other urban designs to allow for the integration of multiple functions in a single street -- the neighborhood shares the road with slow-moving cars.
The woonerfs is similar to a concept I and my friends have been thinking about; a community of learning.
Blurring the boundary between street and sidewalk, woonerfs combine innovative paving, landscaping and other urban designs to allow for the integration of multiple functions in a single street, so that pedestrians, cyclists and children playing share the road with slow-moving cars.
With Toronto's high traffic in densely populated areas, he says the likelihood of woonerfs saving pedestrian lives is the same as finding Narnia in your shower drain.
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