We all know how ugly most city streets are, how uncomfortable it is to walk or bicycle on streets designed for cars, crammed in between tall buildings, with little life other than motorists in their metal cans and pedestrians sprinting for safety.
What to do? Should we build more unhuman transportation systems, hang them on the buildings, suspend them over the heads of pedestrians and bicyclists, little individual cars whizzing about on permanently affixed tracks, cluttering up our sky, crossing our greenways, using energy even when not in use.
How about the approach in the photo above? Let’s make our streets more human, more organic. Let’s reduce space for cars and increase space for humans. It’s called Liveable Streets. You can see the legend for the photograph here, and learn more about Liveable Streets here.