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    Dec 2009
    Oakland, CA

    Making narrow streets a reality

    I am an intern researching road standards in relation to principles of New Urbanism. Does anyone know of examples of areas (preferably in California) with sub-standard road widths (less than 20 feet wide)? I would also appreciate any information regarding ongoing efforts to impose these narrower road standards.

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