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  • Nuremberg Research Paper

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    not substantial at any means (“Nuremberg: Car-free”). Also, despite popular public opinions, the Nuremberg streets were more populated with pedestrians than ever before bringing retailers tourism and shopping goers. For instance, refer to the figure below to see the difference of pedestrians after the elimination of cars at one of the most popular car-free zones in Nuremberg, The

  • Case Study On Streets Of Future

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    • Special care should be taken to improve the mobility of impaired and disabled. • The street design should be focused on pedestrian environment. The approach to street design should be multi-disciplinary. Provision of transition areas from roads to streets should be provided. • Transition zones should be treated by using large trees, narrowing of carriageways and change in surface materials. • Aspect of legibility should be focused for clear perception of

  • Technology Negatively Impact Our Social Norms

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    Technology is everywhere from our cars on the road to televisions in our houses and phones in our pockets. Tech is very useful to production and manufacturing to construct the basic needs and wants for our survival. So right away, it’s associated with being something positive. When taking a closer look at tech though, is it really a good thing, or is it a hidden evil waiting to take us down from the inside? We have already let it into our lives full force, and already invited it into our houses

  • Melcher-Dallas Road Safety Essay

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    inexperienced teen drivers drive on the same streets the children walk in, not to mention the number of people who choose to ignore the speed limit signs. Linda Snook, the Melcher-Dallas’s school crosswalk guard, notes that “people speed through the school zone with no consideration of the kids. One of these times, a kid is going to end up getting hit.” When children endanger themselves because they want to walk in the streets, a major problem is presented. Melcher-Dallas may not be a hot spot for vehicular

  • How Downtown Can Save America One Step At A Time By Jeff Speck

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    Name Instructor Course Date Walkable city how downtown can save America one step at a time by Jeff Speck The author Jeff Speck is city planner and an urban designer. He is trying to save Americans lives by trying to make the city more walkable since automobiles have now become a great danger to the Americans. This book is more concerned with cars and buildings in order to achieve the goal of a walkable city. People are the lifeblood of the city and not cars therefore, in order to

  • Eglin Pkwy Research Papers

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    According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, there were 499 pedestrian fatalities in 2011, and in 2015 that number had increased to 632, an approximately 27% increase in fatalities. With that being said, traffic regulation should be a priority. Traffic laws are great advocates for road safety, but a law cannot enforce

  • The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury Essay

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    The short story The Pedestrian is an intriguing story that takes place in the future. This story suggests that if the world continues the progress that it is now then we will become no more than humans who are doing nothing with our lives. It shows how people would seclude themselves from others and begin to stop caring for others. Is this actually a possibility in the future? In this short story there is a man by the name of Mr. Mead who doesn’t necessarily do the same as everyone else. In this

  • Stop Traffic On Galbraith Road And Preventing Tour Buses From Enterring

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    Construction can have a large impact on its surroundings, including local residents, pedestrians and vehicular traffic depending on the site’s location. For example, many of the sites visited in Toronto affected traffic as they had frequent deliveries and had to stop traffic to allow this. This includes the Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Toronto where frequent trucks enter and exit to remove excavated soil (***Special Lecture***), stopping traffic on Galbraith

  • Character And Conflict In The Cop And The Anthem, By Ray Bradbury

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    In both short stories, “The Cop and the Anthem” By O. Henry and “ The Pedestrian” By Ray Bradbury, both authors used character and conflict. in the short stories, the characters used have a lonely personality to them which causes conflict between misunderstood police. The conflict, both involves something or someone missing in their life, though neither do not mind and going through with life somehow. The story of “The Cop and the Anthem” is about a man named Soapy trying to figure out how to get

  • Persuasive Essay On Public Transportation

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    Imagine yourself sitting in traffic, you are just in your car and the engine is just going and gas is being wasted and the fumes coming out which pollute our environment. You look out and see that it is still bumper to bumper on I-680 going to work, you are stressing out because you might be late for work. Then when you go back home, it’s the same bumper to bumper traffic. All this time you could have just been with your family, helping your kids with their homework, or work on something for your