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Caption contest 🔤 April 7, 2021 caption contest

Big Owl

Cyburbian
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2,821
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I spotted this on the book of faces. It’s from the town next door.

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Gedunker

Moderating
Staff member
Moderator
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11,780
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ADA advocates were concerned the new public art sculpture downtown might hinder accessibility.
 

Planit

Cyburbian
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14,039
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57
PAS#234 New Parking & Traffic Options in Urban Environments
Synopsis: Old traditional parking requirements tend to use too much land in projects. How many times is there a vast over abundance of spaces in strip malls, but few options in downtown environments. This report looks a revolutionary parking alternatives meant to save valuable land.

Example shown: Vertical Parallel Parking.
This alternative allows parallel parking but with a space saving alternative where less land is required for dedicated parking.
 

Maister

Chairman of the bored
Staff member
Moderator
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29,608
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Okay, dear, remember when I said "leave as much room for other vehicles to pass by when you park?" It's entirely my fault I forgot to specify that the vehicle also needs to stay upright when doing so. My bad.
 
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