Taking Off the Car Blinders, Opening Your World

Reflections on public space, exploring suburbia on foot, and more

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece suggesting, mostly theoretically, that private suburban parking lots—mostly in strip malls or other commercial properties—be made public, such that you’d be allowed to park in front of one store or plaza and walk to the one across the highway, or next door. People do this sometimes, of course, but the walkability is…

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