Urban planners and developers could learn a lot from Munich, Germany. This metropolis of 2 million offers one of the best examples of how to create a vibrant city full of pedestrians, street musicians and street shops. All this with a complete absence of suburban sprawl. How do they do it? See the complete story and film at the following link:
Why is the United States so far behind Germany and many other European Countries when it comes to designing cities for pedestrians first? This seems like a no-brainer to me but it is obviously so neglected in cities like Salt Lake City
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