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Infrastructure at the end of the day is a product. When products lack user interface consistency and intuitive design they hinder us from the desired result. It's the difference between making an experience a chore or a delight.
The typical street layout in Copenhagen prioritized mode types by speed. Slowest to the right, and fastest to the left. The investment though is primarily for bicycles ...
... getting people in couples because they could feed off each other. Also, we get two interviews in one. Bam.
My favorite interview was with two dads who emigrated from Mexico and Argentina and met their wives here in Denmark. One held a beer with a cigarette dangling from his fingers. The other had his hair in a natural fro...a baby in one arm, and a ...
... with in a walking or
Finally, the only concern that I have is that
the first phase of the development will not provide mix income housing. The first
island will provide only private and high income housing. According to Jeff,
the next island will provide some public housing and more affordable units. My concern
is that the demand for housing became so high that it become a high income
... and needs. All I kept thinking was DUH. This makes so much sense and is so straight forward. Why do we have to complicate everything in America? I now feel a burning desire to go knock some sense into every city official of America. Planning for people, not for cars should be a priority. Legitimately communicating with the community and discovering their specific needs is the only way to start a project.
... a good way to get yelled at by the locals. The Danes take their biking and bike lanes very seriously, you do not want to get in their way. I also noticed these fantastic bike lights. There are larger lights for cars, then smaller lights for bikes. Also they flash yellow before they turn green so you know to start pedaling, then everyone is already on their way once the light turns green. Seems like a handy system for keeping traffic moving efficiently. ...