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  1. Before anything else we need to plan for greater density and car free mixed use neighborhoods. When car free gets done right everything else will follow which is why there will be feral opposition as always. We need to change our way of thinking. Pattern language, high tech, car free.

  2. Everett says:

    Baller article Howard. I’m glad the connection is being made between Bryan and Mr. Mahron.

    It was this article: http://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2010/11/22/confessions-of-a-recovering-engineer.html

    that first brought me to the Strong Town network. As I was a planner by training working within a traffic engineering department and wanted some feedback/backup. It’s just that it’s rare the engineer that realizes the change (back) toward human scaled development. And worse that unless many of us have been trying to do these things for years but can’t because the “engineering” standards have been built up so long.

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