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2020-01-21 06:00:55| Fast Company
A new survey of mayors finds a big disconnect between what mayors want in terms of street design and what they’re actually willing to support to make it happen. While cities across Europe are banning cars and radically redesigning streets, in the U.S., cars still take up a lot of urban space. Most U.S. mayors seem to agree that cities here are too dependent on cars—and many also believe travel for pedestrians and cyclists is unsafe on their streets—yet a new survey finds that they don’t actually support the policy changes, like such as parking prices or reduced speed limits, that would decrease car usage and make streets safer.Read Full Story