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bradjl2009

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Posted 10-07-2014 at 08:17 PM by bradjl2009 Comments 0
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Originally Posted by pman View Post
wide roads are actually less safe than narrow ones
Narrow streets are definitely better for bikers and pedestrians as well. I also think they add a better feel to a city than tge wide roads you see much more outside of the Northeast.

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